The Michigan Wolverines became the first school in college football history to win 900 games. The milestone victory came against long time rival Michigan State last October and with such a cushion in the total wins rankings the Wolverines will be the only 900-win program for at least three more seasons, perhaps even the next four seasons.
Texas and Notre Dame are next in line among FBS programs on the path to 900 wins, but it is Ivy League staple Yale who sits firmly in second place on the all-time win total with 871 victories to 866 in Austin and 865 in South Bend. In fact, three Ivy League schools rank in the top ten in total college football wins, with Harvard checking in at No. 8 with 829 wins and Pennsylvania rounding out the top ten with 824 victories.
One of the questions for the 2013 season will be which program ends the year second on this all-time list.