The Best of the Best of College Football Teams

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The Best of the Best of College Football Teams

Dynasties rise and fall in college football, but the passion and obsession for the game remains. Great teams are immortalized in history and revered by alumni and fans. Here are some of the greatest teams that college football has ever offered.

Yesterday's Favorites

Notre Dame, 1924: Irish fans have long romanticized the success of the 1924 team, but the perfect record isn't the only reason for the fond remembrance. The team trampled over eight teams during the season which each came to the field with a winning record. The mythical "Four Horsemen of Notre Dame" also played that year and helped the team ride into Indiana history.

Nebraska, 1995: The Cornhuskers steamrolled the competition in 1995 and scored an incredible 638 points for the season. Coached by Tom Osborne, the team managed to win their first game against Oklahoma State with a score of 64 to 21. The team continued their dominance with a bevy of Division 1-A records and an average victory margin that exceeded 38 points.

USC, 2004: Trojan football is like a religion for USC alumni, and the 2004 season had enough drama for a feature film. The team started the season with a split national title shared with LSU and ended the year with a BCS championship that was vacated due to an NCAA investigation. Despite the vacated game, USC crushed Oklahoma at the Orange Bowl with a score of 55 to 19.

Today's Juggernaut

Florida State, 2013: With a record of 14 to 0, a major poll crowned the Seminoles as the best team of the year. Their hard-fought victory of 34 to 31 against the Auburn Tigers at the BCS championship game cemented their dominance of 2013.



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