Michigan has the most wins in Division I-A college football. From 1907 to 1917, Washington football teams were unbeaten in 63 consecutive games, fielding 1930 points, and allowing only 118, still an NCAA Division I-A record
UCLA has an overall record of 521-351-37, USC has an overall record of 742-300-54, so USC has more overall wins by 221 games.
L10 is the record of wins and losses of the Last 10 games - L10
None, if we are speaking strictly about football. As far as their postseason record goes, however, they have 7 conference championships and 8 bowl wins. They have also fielded 20 consensus All-Americans in their history. The Pirates' overall record is 390-357-11 (.522).
Boise State currently holds the record with 62 consecutive regular season home wins and counting. Their last regular season home loss was in 1999.
25 home wins in a row by the Oklahoma Sooners.
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Brett Favre has 25 consecutive home wins and holds the NFL Record. Tom Brady is one game away from tying this record.
Paul "Bear" Bryant holds the record for most wins ever among Southeastern Conference (SEC) football coaches with 323.
82% home team wins