College Football - Top Ten Dynasties

1. Oklahoma 1953-58 Record: 60-3-1
The Sooners won 47 in a row, two national titles and defeated teams by an average of 28.6 points per game.
2. Notre Dame 1946-49 Record: 36-0-2
Frank Leahy's Fighting Irish won three national championships and never trailed over four years. The only blemishes are two ties with Army in '46 and USC in '48.

3. Army 1944-46 Record: 27-0-1
Doc Blanchard and Glenn Davis helped the Cadets capture two national titles. The defense wasn't bad, either, giving up an average of 5.8 points per game.
4. Nebraska 1993-95 Record: 36-1
An 18-16 loss to Florida State in the 1994 Orange Bowl kept the Cornhuskers from winning three titles in a row. Tommie Frazier and Co. scored 40 or more points 22 times.

5. Nebraska 1970-71 Record: 24-0-1
Johnny Rodgers led the Cornhuskers to two national titles. They won 23 games in a row, including the 35-31 victory over Oklahoma, considered the greatest college game ever played.
6. USC 2002-2006 Record: 56-5
Pete Carroll's Trojans included two national titles and three Heisman award winners.
7. Miami 1986-92 Record: 76-6
It began with Heisman winner Vinny Testaverde and ended with Heisman winner Gino Torretta. In between, the Hurricanes won three national championships and dominated college football.
8. Oklahoma 1973-75 Record: 32-1-1
Barry Switzer's crew won national titles in '74 and '75 and finished third in '73. The Sooners averaged 35.8 points per game and allowed 11.1.
9. Alabama 1964-66 Record: 30-2-1
The Crimson Tide captured national championships in '64 and '65 and finished third behind Notre Dame and Michigan State in '66 despite an 11-0 record.
10. Alabama 1977-79 Record: 34-2
National championships in '78 and '79 put the bow on Bear Bryant's career.