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There's lots of talki bout who has the best program. I went to AP polls, they list all the year ending polls back to 1936. I went back to 93 to give see who has been the best over the last 20 years. I give 25 for 1st down to 1 for 25th. here are the total points.
1 Fla. 301
2 tOSU 265
3 Fla. St. 243
4 Tex 221
5 S. Cal. 214
6 Ala. 213
7 Neb 213
8 Okla. 209
9 LSU 204
10 VT 193
Id have to say that osu is probably top five since 1936.
Wow, one Northern team. Nice post.
And Urbans finger prints will be on BOTH top teams when its all said and done.
Good research, thanks for posting.
Even with Zook, Florida has probably been the best of the last 20 years.
Nebraska isn't south.
It's official VT is the most overrated team in the past 20 years.
There are great college football programs and then there are legendary college football programs...There are only 7 legendary football programs in the history college football IMO..The following are (in no particular order)
The Ohio State University
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by gessig 16 months ago
Woody and Archie.................................. Alex being Alex, ....................................and Woody at Dennison
3 SEC Teams ...2 Big Ten Teams .....and a partridge in a pear tree.
Agree with other poster that we ought to claim our own Neb as a northern team now. It snows there.
Also, you missed VT. Vermont HAS to be considered a northern team.
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