The 150 greatest games in college football's 150-year history.
From 2001 to 2015 Gary Pinkel won more games than any coach in Missouri football history. Now he’s one step away from earning the top honor in college coaching.
The history of Ohio State Buckeyes football covers 125 years through the 2014 season. The team has represented the Ohio State University in the Western Conference, its successor the Big Ten, and in the NCAA Division I.Its history parallels the development of college football as a major sport in the United States and demonstrates the status of the Buckeyes as one of its major programs.
From 1901-1905, Yost coached his winning college football teams to 56 straight games without losing, while outscoring the competition 2,821 to 42. Also under Yost as the coach, Michigan won 10 conference championships and four national championships. Twenty players earned All-American honors while playing on Yost's winning Michigan football teams.
Athletic Coaches and Managers. Who is the winningest black coach in college football history? Top Answer. Wiki User. 2008-02-25 15:02:48 2008-02-25 15:02:48. Eddie Robinson of Grambling State sent.
Widely regarded as one of the all-time greatest defensive coaches, Bob Neyland transformed the Tennessee Volunteers into a footballing powerhouse. He won two national titles during a 21-season career which was interrupted by his military duties as a brigadier general during the Second World War. Like Camp, he also helped to shape the sport as one of the first coaches to utilize game footage.
Miller had 28 winning seasons in his 32 years at Trinity. Miller was the winningest coach in New England Division III history with 174 wins when he retired in 1998.
Hedrick led Elon to the first of its two straight NAIA national championships by accumulating the second-most rushing yards in college football history to that point. Only Heisman Trophy winner Tony Dorsett of Pittsburgh surpassed his career total of 5,604 yards — 196 of which came in the 1980 national title game against Northeastern Oklahoma. Hedrick was a four-time all-conference selection.