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What U.S. colleges won both football and basketball national championships in Division 1?

Question #69571. Asked by dizzyduzit.

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Ohio State, Syracuse, Maryland, and California among undisputed champions, and UCLA, Kentucky and Michigan State among disputed football champions which won the basketball tournament.


Aug 10 2006, 8:07 PM
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Florida, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Syracuse, UCLA, and Villanova have recognized titles in both sports. Villanova is unique in that its 2009 football championship was won at the FCS (formerly Div. 1-AA) level. The rest of these schools have football programs at the FBS (formerly Div. 1-A level.) Also of note: Florida and Ohio State are the only schools listed here to have won national titles in the BCS (1998 - present) era.

Feb 14 2010, 9:48 PM
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