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Devaney's Nebraska tenure began in 1962, and Memorial Stadium has been sold out for all 347 home games since then.
Teams: Army (1941-58), Dartmouth (1934-40) Record: 166-48-14 in 25 seasons In the mid-1940s, Army football became one of college football's greatest dynasties.
It was a tumultuous time for America, amid World War II, and college football had been shaken up like every other part of life. Many top players flocked to military training centers before heading overseas.
And, of course, many great players ended up at West Point.
But from 1932-43, Army failed to beat Notre Dame, managing only two ties. Blaik, a West Point grad, had made a difficult decision to leave Dartmouth, where he had gone 45-15-4 in seven seasons, finishing seventh in the AP poll in 1937.
Florida's success had been spotty previously, but Spurrier never finished worse than 12 in the AP poll in his 12 years in charge of the Gators.
The peak was 1996, when Heisman Trophy winner Danny Wuerffel led Florida to a 52-20 win over Florida State in the Sugar Bowl to vault from No.
After three solid seasons back at West Point, Blaik's Black Knights went 27-0-1 from 1944-46. In '46, Notre Dame had one of the most talented teams ever, with the war over, and the two battled to a 0-0 tie, with the Fighting Irish vaulting to No.
They were clear national champions the first two years. 1 in the final AP poll when Army barely hung on for a 21-18 win over 1-8 Navy.
There are a few restrictions on eligibility: We're including major college football coaches only (which excludes greats like Eddie Robinson and John Gagliardi), and for those who have experience at multiple levels of college football, we're almost exclusively considering accomplishments at the FBS or major college level (for this reason, coaches like Chris Ault and Brian Kelly miss the cut, although Kelly could join the list soon if his success at Notre Dame continues).