Most played rivalries in NCAA Division I FBS

Most played rivalries in NCAA Division I FBS

This is a list of the most played rivalries in the Football Bowl Subdivision of NCAA Division I. Rivalries are not necessarily continuous.

This table lists all rivalries with more than 100 games played.[citation needed] Wins and losses are given respective to the team leading the series.

Games Series Leader Opponent Rivalry Name W L T First Game Most Recent Game Notes Source
120 Minnesota Golden Gophers Wisconsin Badgers Paul Bunyan's Axe 59 53 8 1890 2010 [1][2] [3]
119 Missouri Tigers Kansas Jayhawks Border War 55[4] 55 9 1891 2010 [5] [3]
117 Nebraska Cornhuskers Kansas Jayhawks 91 23 3 1892 2010 [6][7][8] [3]
117 Texas Longhorns Texas A&M Aggies Lone Star Showdown 75 37 5 1894 2010 [9] [3]
116 Miami (Ohio) RedHawks Cincinnati Bearcats Victory Bell 59 50 7 1888 2011 [10] [3]
116 North Carolina Tar Heels Virginia Cavaliers South's Oldest Rivalry 58 54[11] 4 1892 2011 [12] [3]
114 Auburn Tigers Georgia Bulldogs Deep South's Oldest Rivalry 54 52 8 1892 2010 [13] [3]
114 Oregon Ducks Oregon State Beavers Civil War 58 46 10 1894 2010 [14][15] [3]
113 Purdue Boilermakers Indiana Hoosiers Old Oaken Bucket 70 37 6 1891 2010 [16] [3]
113 Stanford Cardinal California Golden Bears Big Game 56 46 11 1892 2010 [15] [3]
111 Navy Midshipmen Army Black Knights Army-Navy Game 55 49 7 1890 2010 [17] [3]
109 Utah Utes Utah State Aggies Battle of the Brothers 77 28 4 1892 2009 [3]
109 Kansas Jayhawks Kansas State Wildcats Governor's Cup 64 40[18] 5 1902 2011 [19]
108 Clemson Tigers South Carolina Gamecocks Carolina-Clemson rivalry 65 39 4 1896 2010 [3]
108 Texas A&M Aggies Baylor Bears Battle of the Brazos 68 31 9 1899 2011 [20] [3]
107 Michigan Wolverines Ohio State Buckeyes The Game 57 44 6 1897 2010 [3]
107 Ole Miss Rebels Mississippi State Bulldogs Battle For The Golden Egg 60 41 6 1901 2010 [3]
107 Tied Baylor and TCU 50 50 7 1899 2011 [21] [3]
106 Texas Longhorns Oklahoma Sooners Red River Rivalry 59 42 5 1900 2011 [3]
106 Tennessee Volunteers Kentucky Wildcats 74 23 9 1893 2010
105 Georgia Bulldogs Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate 61 39 5 1893 2010 [3]
105 Nebraska Cornhuskers Iowa State Cyclones 86 17 2 1896 2010 [22]
105 North Carolina State Wolfpack Wake Forest Demon Deacons 62 37 6 1895 2011 [23]
105 Oklahoma Sooners Oklahoma State Cowboys Bedlam Series 81 17[24] 7 1904 2010 [25] [26]
105 Illinois Fighting Illini Northwestern Wildcats Land of Lincoln Trophy 54 46 5 1892 2011
105 Minnesota Golden Gophers Iowa Hawkeyes Floyd of Rosedale 61 42 2 1891 2011
105 Tennessee Volunteers Vanderbilt Commodores 72 28 5 1892 2010
104 Nebraska Cornhuskers Missouri Tigers Victory Bell 65 36 3 1892 2010 [27]
104 North Carolina Tar Heels Wake Forest Demon Deacons 68 34 2 1888 2011 [28] [29]
104 Missouri Tigers Iowa State Cyclones Telephone Trophy 61 34 9 1896 2011 [30]
104 Michigan Wolverines Michigan State Spartans Paul Bunyan Trophy 67 32 5 1898 2011 [citation needed]
103 Washington Huskies Washington State Cougars Apple Cup 66 31 6 1900 2010 [3]
103 Pittsburgh Panthers West Virginia Mountaineers Backyard Brawl 61 39 3 1895 2010
103 New Mexico Lobos New Mexico State Aggies Rio Grande Rivalry 66 32 5 1894 2011
102 Colorado State Rams Wyoming Cowboys Bronze Boot 55 42 5 1899 2010 [31] [32]
102 Washington Huskies Oregon Ducks 57 40 5 1900 2010 [33]
102 Oklahoma Sooners Kansas Jayhawks 69 27 6 1903 2011 [34] [35]
100 North Carolina Tar Heels North Carolina State Wolfpack Carolina - NC State football rivalry 63 31 6 1894 2010 [36] [citation needed]

Notes and references

  1. ^ With the end of the annual Kansas–Nebraska game in 2011, this will become the longest current uninterrupted series in FBS (1907–present). Barring unexpected developments, this will become the longest uninterrupted series in FBS history in 2012.
  2. ^ Most played rivalry within the Big Ten Conference. Can potentially be played twice in one season, with rematch in Big Ten Championship Game.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t http://web1.ncaa.org/web_files/stats/football_records/DI/2010/2010FBS.pdf
  4. ^ Does not account for 1960 forfeit by KU. Result of 1960 game is disputed.
  5. ^ Most played rivalry within the Big 12 Conference.
  6. ^ Longest uninterrupted series in FBS history (1906-2010), but game will not be played in 2011.
  7. ^ Most played rivalry that is currently non-conference.
  8. ^ Nebraska's 91 wins over Kansas is a record for one team over another.
  9. ^ Most played intra-state rivalry.
  10. ^ Among active rivalries (i.e., those continuing in 2011), the most played that is currently non-conference.
  11. ^ Includes a forfeited game by UNC in 1956.
  12. ^ Most played rivalry within the Atlantic Coast Conference.
  13. ^ Most played rivalry within the Southeastern Conference. Can potentially be played twice in one season, with rematch in SEC Championship game.
  14. ^ Most played rivalry within the Pacific-12 Conference.
  15. ^ a b Both teams will be in the Pac-12 North division as of 2011 season.
  16. ^ Both teams in same division in Big Ten as of 2011.
  17. ^ Traditionally the last game of the regular season, before the era of conference title games. The game returned to its status as the last game of the regular season starting in 2009, when it was moved from the first Saturday in December to the second.
  18. ^ Includes a forfeited game by KU in 1980.
  19. ^ http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/ksu/sports/m-footbl/auto_pdf/K-StatevsKUPostgameNotes.pdf
  20. ^ Baylor Almanac
  21. ^ This will once again be a conference game starting in 2012 when TCU joins the Big 12.
  22. ^ CFB Warehouse ISU vs. NU
  23. ^ [1]
  24. ^ Includes a forfeited game by OU in 1972.
  25. ^ OU Forfeit 8 games in 1972
  26. ^ CFB Warehouse OU v OKS
  27. ^ CFB Warehouse NU v MU
  28. ^ 1888 meeting was first intercollegiate football game played in North Carolina
  29. ^ [2]
  30. ^ CFB Warehouse ISU vs. MU
  31. ^ The Bronze Boot
  32. ^ College Football Data Warehouse
  33. ^ Oregon-Washington Rivalry
  34. ^ Formerly held NCAA record for longest continuous rivalry in FBS (1903-1997) until Big 12 Conference alternate-year scheduling ended it.
  35. ^ http://www.kuathletics.com/sports/m-footbl/recaps/102409aac.html#_
  36. ^ Can potentially be played twice in one season, with rematch in ACC Championship game.

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