Fans are an essential component of a dynasty. In the AHSAA, there have been precisely 250 state championship games played since 1966. One or more of these titles have been won by 109 different teams. Hazlewood has the most championships with eleven, followed by Berry/Hoover with 10 and Sweet Water with nine. The other 96 schools have one or no state titles.
The distribution of these medals is quite balanced, with only three schools occupying each position: first, second, third, and so on. There are no schools in the top ten with more than one title. Hoover has the most total victories (91) among all schools, while Hueytown is last with just two. The other 95 teams have lost every game they've played.
There are four types of schools that have not achieved state status but still participate in the AHSAA competition: black colleges that were once part of the public school system, mostly in the South; white colleges that were once part of the private school system; military schools that serve both civilians and members of the armed forces; and vocational schools that focus on specific trades. Black colleges include Miles College in Birmingham, Alabama A&M University in Normal, Alabama, and Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. White colleges include Bethesda Christian School in Nashville, Tennessee, and Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts. Military schools include Dothan Eagle Memorial High School in Dothan, Alabama, and Thomas Edison Memorial High School in Trenton, New Jersey.
California California has won the most titles, with seven. Michigan follows with six wins.
Texas Texas has won the most games, with nine. Florida and Minnesota have both won five times.
Washington Washington has won the most championships overall, with two. California has won the most titles a single state has won multiple rings. Texas has won the most games a single state has won multiple rings. Florida has won the most appearances.
United States Japan
Japan has won more gold medals than any other country. The United States is second with three gold medals. Australia has won one gold medal.
Kansas City, Missouri USA
Two teams of nine players each take the field during different parts of the game.
Arkansas State has won six conference titles, five in the Southland Conference and one in the Sun Belt Conference, however the institution has only been unbeaten once in its history. That would be 1975, the Red Wolves' inaugural season in Division I-A. ASU went 9-0-1 that year and played in its first Bowl Game.
They have not had a losing season since 1980 and have a current winning percentage of.636. Last season was their first 10-win campaign since 1973 when they also went 10-3-0.
The team's home field is on campus in Jonesboro at ASU Stadium. The stadium opened in 2001 and has a capacity of 51,000 people. It is the largest on campus and among the most sophisticated sports facilities in the state.
In addition to football, Arkansas State also sponsors teams for men's basketball, women's basketball, baseball, golf, and tennis.
The Arkansas State Red Wolves represent Arkansas State University in the NCAA's Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). They play their home games at ASU Stadium in Jonesboro, Arkansas, and are members of the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC).
Their official mascot is Buster the Bulldog and the school colors are red and white.
There are 174 state championships.
Carmel High School has won more state championships than any other school. They have won more than any other school in Indiana since the Illinois Athletic Association began keeping track of state title winners in 1877. The most recent championship was a win by Carmel in 1997 for boys' basketball.
There are two schools that have won a championship.
There are 12 national championships. Without a doubt, national champions. Three of Alabama's 12 national titles (1961, 1979, and 1992) are unanimous selections in both the AP and Coaches Polls. The other nine teams that have won titles have each received at least one vote from either the AP or Coaches Poll.
Alabama has more College Football National Championships than any other school. The Tide have six total titles, including three straight from 1961 to 1963. Alabama beat out Ohio State for the top spot in the final poll of the 1960 season.
The most recent Alabama title came in 1992. Coach Bill Lewis' team defeated Georgia 14-13 in the Sugar Bowl for its third crown in four years.
Here is how many national titles each active FBS conference team has: Big Ten - 3; Pac-12 + South Carolina - 2; ACC - 1; Big 12 - 0; Conference USA - 0; Independents - 0; Mountain West - 0; Navy - 0; Notre Dame - 3; Oklahoma - 1; Oregon - 1; Pennsylvania - 1; Texas - 1; USC - 2; Virginia Tech - 1; Washington - 1.