The squad has won 44 conference championships, including 14 in a row from 1946 to 1959, as well as seven claimed and sixteen total national championships: 1949, 1950, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1967, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1978, 1985, 1986, 2000, and 2003. Overall, the team has appeared in five NCAA tournaments; their record is 1-1.
Oklahoma started playing football in 1890. The Sooners are one of only three schools (Texas A&M and Michigan) to have played college football before the modern era of 1945. In that time, they have amassed a record of 459-359-26. They have made the postseason on eight occasions, most recently in 2016 when they went 10-3 overall and 7-0 in conference play to win the Big 12 Championship. That season they lost 21-14 to Alabama in the Orange Bowl.
Currently, Bob Stoops is the longest-tenured head coach in OU history. He has led the team since 1999 after spending ten years at Kansas State, where he compiled a 60-15-1 record. Before that, he spent two seasons at Iowa State, where he was 33-4.
Stoops' teams have been very successful during his tenure. He has a 150-45-1 record at Oklahoma and his teams have won or tied for first place in the Big 12 six times.
There are five conference titles to be won. The squad has won five Atlantic Coast Conference championships since joining the league in 1953, with the most recent occurring in 1980. Carolina has also won or shared four other titles.
UNC's football program first took the field in 1892. The team is currently owned by the University of North Carolina and plays its home games at Kenan Stadium in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The Tar Heels are members of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Carolina has appeared in the NCAA Division I Football Championship Game five times. The Tar Heels' overall record is 16-5-1; their winning percentage is.727. Carolina has made the playoffs every year since joining the ACC in 1953, except for 1973 when they were banned from postseason play because of issues with recruiting students to replace players who had joined the military.
The Tar Heels are one of only eight programs to win or share a national title in both football and basketball. Carolina has won or shared seven Southern Conference titles (1892-1901, 1905, 1907-10), before leaving for what was then known as the Southern University. The Tar Heels returned to form after an absence of more than a decade by winning three more Southern Conference titles (1953-55).
3 National Titles: 3 (1952, 1988, 2008) 15 (1940, 1952, 1953, 1957, 1971, 1974, 1986, 1988, 1991, 1993, 2002, 2003, 2008, 2012, 2018). The 1988 title was vacated due to NCAA violations.
Kansas has won more national championships than any other school. Its three titles are also more than the number won by Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M, and Virginia.
The NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship is an annual tournament to determine the national champion of college basketball. The event is organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), which controls the rules that govern competition at the division I level. The tournament consists of four rounds featuring 32 teams in each round. The top 16 teams advance to the semifinals, while the remaining 16 play in consolation games. The final two teams face off for the championship.
Kansas' record with regard to most national titles is probably the reason why some people call it the "King of College Basketball." In addition to its 3 official titles, Kansas has also been named co-champion 2 times (1988, 2008).
There are 17 national championships. The Seminoles have won three of them - the 1996 NCAA Football Championship Game, a 37-16 win over Texas in the Fiesta Bowl; the 1999 National Football League season opener, a 38-7 blowout of the New York Giants in Miami; and the 2003 NFL season opener, a 45-7 thrashing of the Chicago Bears in Tampa Bay.
Florida State has been to nine consecutive BCS title games but has never won it all. The Seminoles lost 33-28 to Oklahoma State in the 2013 BCS Championship Game.
The Florida State football program was founded in 1946. The team's home stadium is Landers Stadium in Tallahassee, Florida. The Seminoles compete in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).
Florida State has an all-time record of 464-216-9. The school's overall winning percentage is.727. The Seminoles have made at least one bowl game every year since 1947 except for 1951 when they played in only their second season due to sanctions caused by World War II. Florida State has won more than 30 games five times in the past seven years.
Fifty conference titles. Seven national titles, 50 conference championships, 162 first-team all-Americans (80 consensus), and seven Heisman Trophy winners have been won by the program. The Oklahoma University football team, commonly referred to as OU, is a American college football team that represents Oklahoma University. They play their home games at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma. The team is under the direction of second-year head coach Lincoln Riley.
The current record of 51 wins vs 37 losses shows no apparent sign of changing anytime soon. With five games left to play, they are currently ranked #3 in both the AP and Coaches' polls. This is the highest ranking ever for the Sooners and first time they've been ranked in the top three since 2001 when they were #1.
In addition to its NCAA Division I football team, Oklahoma also sponsors a Division II team, an NAIA division one team, and a youth league team (OKLAHOMA CITY PILOTS). The university's other athletic programs include men's basketball, baseball, golf, tennis, and track and field. Women's sports include basketball, softball, soccer, and volleyball. There is also a club team called the Oklahoma City Blazers who compete as a member of the National Indoor Football League.
There are seven national championships. The National Championships of the ACC Since 2015, the ACC has claimed seven national titles in football, men's basketball, women's basketball, and baseball. That is the most of any conference, with four more than the next closest conference. The ACC is the only league to have won all four titles during that time period.
The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded in 1953 by Virginia Governor Allan K. Lamport with Miami, NC State, North Carolina, and Pittsburgh as its original members. In July 2014, Louisville joined the ACC as a full member-electing season tickets for the 2015-16 school year. The Cardinals will play their first season in the ACC in 2016-17. Florida State, Georgia Tech, and Syracuse were also invited to join the conference, but they declined the invitation. Maryland and West Virginia had expressed interest in joining the conference, but those talks fell through at the last minute. Virginia would later leave the Big Eight Conference to join the ACC as a "new" member.
Currently, the ACC sponsors men's and women's basketball and football. Women's soccer is added as a sponsored sport beginning with the 2013-14 season. It was previously an independent program before joining the American Athletic Conference (formerly known as the American). Men's golf was announced as a new sponsored sport on June 17, 2012. The Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Golf Championship will be held each spring at one of the club sites listed below.