Longest NCAA Division I football winning streaks

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The following is a list of the top 50 longest winning streaks in Division I college football history. The information comes from the NCAA official Football Record books.

**Indicates a tie ended the winning streak.

# School Streak Spoiler Years Active
1. Oklahoma 47 Notre Dame 1953–1957
2. Washington 39 Oregon State** 1908–1914
3. Yale 37 Princeton 1890–1893
Yale 37 Princeton 1887–1889
5. Toledo 35 Tampa 1969–1972
6. Miami (FL) 34 Ohio State 2000–2002
Penn 34 Lafayette 1894–1896
8. Pittsburgh 32 Cleveland Naval Reserve 1914–1918
9. Oklahoma 31 Kentucky 1948–1950
Penn 31 Harvard 1896–1898
11. Texas 30 Notre Dame 1968–1970
12. Miami (FL) 29 Alabama 1990–1992
Michigan 29 Minnesota** 1901–1903
14. Alabama 28 Tennessee** 1991–1993
Alabama 28 Mississippi State 1978–1980
Oklahoma 28 Kansas 1973–1975
Michigan State 28 Purdue 1950–1953
18. Nebraska 26 Arizona State 1994–1996
Cornell 26 Williams 1921–1924
Michigan 26 Chicago 1903–1905
21. Brigham Young 25 UCLA 1983–1985
San Diego State 25 Utah State 1965–1967
Michigan 25 Army 1946–1949
Army 25 Notre Dame 1944–1946
USC 25 Oregon State 1931–1933
26. Ohio State 24 Michigan State 2012–2013
Boise State 24 Nevada 2009–2010
Princeton 24 Penn 1949–1952
Minnesota 24 Wisconsin 1903–1905
Nebraska 24 Colorado 1901–1904
Yale 24 Boston AC 1894–1895
Harvard 24 Yale 1890–1891
Yale 24 Princeton 1882–1884
34. Notre Dame 23 Miami (FL) 1988–1989
Nebraska 23 UCLA 1970–1971
Penn State 23 Colorado 1968–1970
Tennessee 23 USC 1937–1939
Harvard 23 Yale 1901–1902
39. Florida 22 Alabama 2008–2009
Washington 22 Arizona 1990–1992
Nebraska 22 Miami (FL) 1982–1983
Arizona State 22 Oregon State 1969–1971
Ohio State 22 Michigan 1967–1969
Arkansas 22 LSU 1963–1966
Harvard 22 Penn State 1912–1914
Yale 22 Princeton** 1904–1906
47. Texas 21 Ohio State 2004–2006
San Diego State 21 Long Beach State 1968–1970
Notre Dame 21 USC** 1946–1948
Minnesota 21 Northwestern 1933–1936
Colorado 21 Colorado State 1908–1912
Penn 21 Lafayette** 1903–1905
Yale 21 Army 1900–1901
Harvard 21 Yale 1898–1899

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