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From 1986 through 2005, in order, they are: 1. Miami 2. Florida State 3. Nebraska 4. Michigan 5. Tennessee 6. Marshall 7. Ohio State 8. Florida 9. Auburn 10. Oklahoma With Miami and Florida State's 5-5 and Nebraska's 8-3 thus far in 2006, those top three are within a game of being tied at the top with about 208 wins each.

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