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The Collegiate Dept. - 5th Floor
In the time before recruiting for college sports became dominated by those offering athletic scholarships and lowered academic standards for athletes, the Ivy League was successful in many sports relative to other universities in the country. In particular, Princeton won 26 recognized national championships in college football, and Yale won 18.Both of these totals are considerably higher than those of other historically strong programs such as Alabama, which has won 15, Notre Dame which claims 11 but is credited by many sources with 13, and USC which has won 11. Yale, whose coach Walter Camp was the "Father of American Football" held on to its place as the all-time wins leader in college football throughout the entire 20th century, but was finally passed by Michigan on November 10, 2001.
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Brown Bears
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Cornell Big Red
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Harvard Crimson
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Princeton Tigers
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Columbia Lions
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Dartmouth Big Green
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Penn Quakers
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Yale Bulldogs
College Football Stadiums