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Who is the best team in college football history?
- Nebraska (1971) Many consider the 1971 version of the Cornhuskers the best college football team ever, and we can’t find any reason to disagree. …
- USC (1972) …
- Nebraska (1995) …
- Army (1945) …
- Miami (2001) …
- Michigan (1947) …
- Notre Dame (1947) …
- Oklahoma (1956)
Who is the winningest quarterback in college football history?
- Kellen Moore (Boise State): 50-3.
- Colt McCoy (Texas): 45-8.
- Andy Dalton (TCU): 42-7.
- David Greene (Georgia): 42-10.
- Peyton Manning (Tennessee): 39-6.
What coach has the most wins in college football?
Coaches with 200 career wins
Who is LSU biggest rival?
Alabama football is LSU’s ‘biggest rival,’ according to Ed Orgeron.
Who is No 1 college football team?
Is Joe Burrow the best college QB ever?
THE end result of Burrow’s senior year was a statistical season for the ages, with LSU’s quarterback not only leading the NCAA in passing with 5,671 yards (the 3rd most ever by a collegiate QB), but he was deadly accurate in doing so — finishing with the highest completion percentage in the nation (76.3% on 402-of-527 …
What is the longest pass in the air in NFL history?
According to Pro Football Focus, Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield made NFL history throwing an incomplete Hail Mary pass that was over 70 yards on Monday night against the Baltimore Ravens. I hope he iced his arm after the game.
Who is the most winningest coach in football?
Don Shula is the winningest coach in NFL history.
What college coach has the best record?
Larry Kehres has the highest winning percentage for a college football coach.
College football coaches with a . 750 winning percentage.
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What college football team has been ranked number 1 the most?
List of college football teams by weekly appearances atop AP Poll
Why is LSU Death Valley?
In Baton Rouge there is Tiger Stadium. Clemson refers to their place as “Death Valley.” LSU claims the title of “Death Valley” for Tiger Stadium. … In 1958, LSU beat Clemson in the national championship game; that’s when the Purple & Gold began to use the phrase “Death Valley” for Tiger stadium in Baton Rouge.
Why do they say Geaux Tigers?
A common cheer for all LSU athletics, Geaux Tigers, pronounced “Go Tigers”, is derived from a common ending in French Cajun names, -eaux. Acknowledging the state’s French heritage, it is common for fans to issue LSU newcomers an endearing “French” name.
Is LSU a college or NFL?
The LSU Tigers football program, also known as the Fighting Tigers, represents Louisiana State University in college football. The Tigers compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC).