College football national champions


College football national champions

Table
College football national champions*
season champion
1924 Notre Dame
1925 Dartmouth
1926 Stanford
1927 Illinois
1928 Southern California
1929 Notre Dame
1930 Notre Dame
1931 Southern California
1932 Michigan
1933 Michigan
1934 Minnesota
1935 Southern Methodist
1936 Minnesota
1937 Pittsburgh
1938 Texas Christian
1939 Texas A&M
1940 Minnesota
1941 Minnesota
1942 Ohio State
1943 Notre Dame
1944 Army
1945 Army
1946 Notre Dame
1947 Notre Dame
1948 Michigan
1949 Notre Dame
1950 Oklahoma
1951 Tennessee
1952 Michigan State
1953 Maryland
1954 Ohio State (AP), UCLA (UP)
1955 Oklahoma
1956 Oklahoma
1957 Auburn (AP), Ohio State (UP)
1958 Louisiana State
1959 Syracuse
1960 Minnesota
1961 Alabama
1962 Southern California
1963 Texas
1964 Alabama
1965 Alabama (AP), Michigan State (UPI)
1966 Notre Dame
1967 Southern California
1968 Ohio State
1969 Texas
1970 Nebraska (AP), Texas (UPI)
1971 Nebraska
1972 Southern California
1973 Notre Dame (AP), Alabama (UPI)
1974 Oklahoma (AP), Southern California (UPI)
1975 Oklahoma
1976 Pittsburgh
1977 Notre Dame
1978 Alabama (AP), Southern California (UPI)
1979 Alabama
1980 Georgia
1981 Clemson
1982 Penn State
1983 Miami (Fla.)
1984 Brigham Young
1985 Oklahoma
1986 Penn State
1987 Miami (Fla.)
1988 Notre Dame
1989 Miami (Fla.)
1990 Colorado (AP), Georgia Tech (UPI)
1991 Miami (Fla.; AP), Washington (UPI)
1992 Alabama
1993–94 Florida State
1994–95 Nebraska
1995–96 Nebraska
1996–97 Florida
1997–98 Michigan (AP), Nebraska (USA Today/ESPN)
1998–99 Tennessee
1999–2000 Florida State
2000–01 Oklahoma
2001–02 Miami (Fla.)
2002–03 Ohio State
2003–04 Louisiana State (BCS), Southern California (AP)
2004–05 Southern California
2005–06 Texas
2006–07 Florida
2007–08 Louisiana State
2008–09 Florida
*National champion determined by various polls until the introduction of the BCS system in 1998.
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