NCAA Division I-A football win-loss records in the 1990s

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The following list shows NCAA Division I-A football programs by winning percentage during the 1990-1999 football seasons.The following list reflects the records according to the NCAA. This list takes into account results modified later due to NCAA action, such as vacated victories and forfeits. This list only takes into account games played while in Division I-A.

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Team Total Games Won Lost Tie Pct.
Marshall 1 39 35 4 0 .897
Florida State 123 109 13 1 .890
Nebraska 125 108 16 1 .868
Florida 125 102 22 1 .820
Tennessee 123 99 22 2 .813
Michigan 122 93 26 3 .775
Miami (FL) 119 92 27 0 .773
Texas A&M 124 94 28 2 .766
Penn State 2 123 78 26 0 .750
Ohio State 124 91 30 3 .746
Colorado 120 87 29 4 .742
Kansas State 118 87 30 1 .742
Notre Dame 121 84 35 2 .702
Washington 118 82 35 1 .699
Syracuse 120 82 35 3 .696
BYU 127 86 39 2 .685
Alabama 123 83 40 0 .675
North Carolina 118 78 39 1 .665
Virginia Tech 117 77 39 1 .662
Virginia 119 78 40 1 .660
Toledo 113 72 38 3 .650
Nevada 3 94 61 33 0 .649
Air Force 122 78 44 0 .639
Auburn 115 72 40 3 .639
Georgia 116 72 43 1 .625
Texas 120 74 44 2 .625
Colorado State 120 74 46 0 .617
Miami (OH) 110 65 40 5 .614
Utah 117 71 46 0 .607
Arizona 118 71 46 1 .622
Wisconsin 118 69 45 4 .602
UCLA 115 69 46 0 .600
Idaho 4 45 27 18 0 .600
Wyoming 118 70 47 1 .597
Western Michigan 111 65 44 2 .595
Clemson 117 69 47 1 .594
Oregon 118 70 48 0 .593
UCF 5 44 23 21 0 .523
Southern Miss 114 67 46 1 .592
East Carolina 114 67 47 0 .588
Ole Miss 115 67 48 0 .583
USC 121 68 49 4 .579
Fresno State 120 68 50 2 .575
Georgia Tech 116 66 49 1 .573
West Virginia 116 65 49 2 .569
Bowling Green 111 61 46 4 .568
North Carolina State 118 66 51 1 .564
Mississippi State 116 64 50 2 .560
Boise State 120 67 53 0 .558
Louisiana Tech 112 61 48 3 .558
Arizona State 113 62 51 0 .549
Oklahoma 115 61 51 3 .543
San Diego State 116 62 52 2 .543
Texas Tech 115 62 53 0 .539
Iowa 117 62 53 2 .538
Michigan State 117 62 53 2 .538
Stanford 116 60 54 2 .526
Louisville 114 59 54 1 .522
Central Michigan 112 54 53 5 .504
Boston College 116 57 57 2 .500
Kansas 114 56 57 1 .496
Arkansas 115 55 58 2 .487
California 115 55 59 1 .483
LSU 113 54 58 1 .482
Rice 110 52 57 1 .477
Ball State 112 52 58 2 .473
Washington State 114 53 61 0 .465
TCU 113 51 61 1 .456
Army 111 50 60 1 .455
Illinois 115 50 63 2 .443
Baylor 113 49 63 1 .438
Utah State 112 48 63 1 .433
UAB 6 44 19 25 0 .432
Purdue 114 47 64 3 .425
Indiana 113 47 64 2 .425
Memphis 110 45 64 1 .414
Hawaii 122 49 71 2 .410
San Jose State 112 44 66 2 .402
Missouri 113 43 67 3 .394
Cincinnati 111 43 67 1 .392
South Carolina 111 42 66 3 .392
Kentucky 113 44 69 0 .389
New Mexico 116 45 71 0 .388
Navy 112 43 69 0 .384
Houston 111 42 68 1 .383
Northwestern 114 43 70 1 .382
Oklahoma State 112 41 68 3 .379
Akron 110 40 68 2 .373
Louisiana-Monroe7 8 67 25 42 0 .373
Tulsa 111 40 70 1 .365
Long Beach State 9 22 8 14 0 .364
Louisiana-Lafayette10 110 39 70 1 .359
Pacific 11 67 24 43 0 .358
Minnesota 112 40 72 0 .357
Maryland 111 38 72 1 .347
Rutgers 110 37 72 1 .341
Tulane 112 38 74 0 .339
Wake Forest 112 38 74 0 .339
Pittsburgh 112 37 74 1 .335
Eastern Michigan 110 35 74 1 .323
Ohio 111 34 74 3 .320
Vanderbilt 110 34 76 0 .309
Duke 111 33 77 1 .302
New Mexico State 110 33 77 0 .300
SMU 110 31 76 3 .295
UNLV 112 33 79 0 .295
Northern Illinois 110 32 78 0 .291
North Texas 12 55 16 39 0 .291
Middle Tennessee 13 11 3 8 0 .273
Arkansas State 111 29 80 2 .270
Oregon State 111 29 81 1 .266
Iowa State 110 27 80 3 .259
UTEP 114 28 84 2 .254
Temple 110 22 88 0 .200
Cal State Fullerton 14 34 5 29 0 .147
Kent State 110 15 94 1 .141
Buffalo 15 11 0 11 0 .000

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Chart notes
  1. Marshall joined I-A in 1997.
  2. Penn State had 19 victories vacated by the NCAA during the 1998 & 1999 seasons.
  3. Nevada joined I-A in 1992.
  4. Idaho joined I-A in 1996.
  5. UCF joined I-A in 1996.
  6. UAB joined I-A in 1996.
  7. Louisiana-Monroe joined I-A in 1994.
  8. Louisiana-Monroe went by the name Northeast Louisiana until 1999.
  9. Long Beach State dropped their football program after the 1991 season.
  10. Louisiana-Lafayette went by the name Southwestern Louisiana until 1999.
  11. Pacific dropped their football program after the 1995 season.
  12. North Texas joined I-A in 1995.
  13. Middle Tennessee joined I-A in 1999.
  14. Cal State Fullerton dropped their football program after the 1992 season.
  15. Buffalo joined I-A in 1999.

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