ndspost: Which college basketball team will win the first-ever BCS national championship?
article Notre Dame is expected to get its first national title since the 2007 national championship, and that’s something nobody has ever seen.
It’s been the school’s only championship since 1986, and Notre Dame has won five in a row.
Here’s a look at the five greatest teams in college football history.1.
Miami Hurricanes (1937-39)The Miami Hurricanes went 11-1 in their first season, and the team won three of them, including a Sugar Bowl victory over the eventual champion Alabama Crimson Tide.
The team went undefeated in its final two years, including three straight national titles.
The Hurricanes won their first national championship with a 41-7 rout of USC in the 1938 Sugar Bowl.
The team was coached by Bobby Bowden, who also coached the Eagles in the 1930s.
He would go on to coach the Dolphins for five more years, before retiring.
In addition to beating USC, Miami beat Notre Dames in the 1939 national title game, but lost to LSU in the Rose Bowl.
The teams had been scheduled to play each other for the national title.
The Miami Dolphins won five of their first six games, including their only win over Alabama in 1940, but the Crimson Tide won in overtime on the last play of regulation.
Miami beat the Crimson King in the game, 42-7.
The school won three straight BCS titles in the 1940s, but failed to win the title in the subsequent decade.
Miami was only the third team in history to lose four straight national championships in the BCS era.
Miami won four of their next six games and won the national championship the following year.
They beat Notre in the title game in 1940 and again in 1942.
In fact, the Hurricanes are the only team to lose three consecutive BCS championship games in the decade they were in existence.
The other two were the 1947-48 and 1956-57 national champions.
In 1941, the team was a perennial contender, winning five of its first seven games.
It won its first four games, and went undefeated for four straight years.
The Hurricanes had a 13-0 start to the season, which included a 23-3 win over Michigan in the Sugar Bowl, and a 34-21 victory over Notre Dame in the national semifinal game.
The Bears won their final two games, but went 0-8 the rest of the way.
The next year, the Bears went 0 1-3 and lost to Alabama in the championship game.
It was the last time the school lost consecutive BCP titles.
In 1948, the Miami Hurricanes were the only undefeated team in college basketball history.
It beat rival USC, 42