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National Champions in Retrospect
--1999 Champions and other seasons/classifications when other titles were won.
1993-99 Florida State, NCAA 1-A
1986-87-90-91-99 Georgia Southern, NCAA 1-AA
1968-90-99 North Carolina A&T, Black College
1980-87-93 (NAIA II)-99 (NCAA III) Pacific Lutheran WA
National Championship Coaches in their 30th or higher season
1979 Paul "Bear" Bryant, Alabama, 35th
1978 Paul "Bear" Bryant, Alabama, 34th
1999 Bobby Bowden, Florida State, 32nd
Coaches that won a National Championship with 200 or more wins
1979 Paul "Bear" Bryant, Alabama (306-78-16, .781)
1999 Bobby Bowden, Florida State (304-85-4, .779)
1978 Paul "Bear" Bryant, Alabama (294-78-16, .769)
1997 Tom Osborne, Nebraska (255-49-3, .836)
1973 Paul "Bear" Bryant, Alabama (241-71-16, .762)
1993 Bobby Bowden, Florida State (240-77-3, 755)
1995 Tom Osborne, Nebraska (231-47-3, .827)
1994 Tom Osborne, Nebraska (219-47-3, .820)
From being ranked 3rd to the National Championship
Tennessee, 1951/AP and UPI
Oklahoma, 1955/AP and UPI
Penn State, 1982/AP and UPI
Penn State, 1986/AP and UPI
Miami FL, 1991/AP
Nebraska, 1994/AP and UPI
Florida, 1996/USA Today
Florida State, 1998/AP and USA Today