Who won the CFB championship 2009?

Who won the CFB championship 2009?

The Gators
The Gators defeated the Oklahoma Sooners, 24–14, in front of a Dolphin Stadium record crowd of 78,468.

Who was on the cover of NCAA 10?

Brian Johnson made the cover of NCAA Football 10 for the PlayStation 3 edition. It was one of two versions of the game that had multiple cover athletes. Johnson was joined by former Texas LB Brian Orakpo, who was on the PlayStation 2 cover.

Who won the 2005 NCAA football championship?

The Longhorns
Texas defeated USC largely due to the performance of quarterback Vince Young, who gained 467 yards of total offense and ran for three touchdowns. The Longhorns won their first national championship since 1970, and their first consensus national title since 1969.

Who has beat Alabama the most in football?

Alabama’s highest win percentage is against Kentucky which comes in at a blistering 94.9%. The lowest win percentage against an SEC school is against rival Auburn where Alabama has won 54.4% of the games….Alabama’s all-time record against every SEC school.

Opponent Record Win %
South Carolina 10-4-0 71.4%
Texas A&M 5-2-0 71.4%
Arkansas 15-8-0 65.2%
LSU 49-25-5 65.2%

What are the top 10 college football rankings?

It’s never too early to look at who the best coaches are in college football heading into next season. 247Sports has released its top 10 rankings for the best coaches in the sport and that’s sparked a lot of debate from fans. The top spot belongs to

When do College Football Playoff rankings come out?

The College Football Playoff rankings are unique in that they are not released to the public until well into the college football season (compared to the AP Top 25 and the Coaches polls that are released weekly throughout the entire college football season).

What are the College Football Playoff rankings?

Alabama (12-1)

  • Michigan (12-1)
  • Georgia (12-1)
  • Cincinnati (13-0)
  • What are the best college football conferences?

    Conference USA (C-USA)

  • Mid-American Conference (MAC)
  • Mountain West Conference (MW)
  • Sun Belt Conference
  • Western Athletic Conference (WAC) – dropped football after the 2012 season,following a near-complete membership turnover that saw the league stripped of all but two of its football-sponsoring schools.