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    Dynasty status recognition by the NCAA

    A victory over Notre Dame could trigger the NCAA to award Alabama a dynasty designation.

    The NCAA will award dynasty status to programs that reach a title runs during a 10 year period. Bama last got this designation in the 70s--Miami had Dynasty status in the 80s. Fla State in the 90s. Very rare accomplishment.

    Does anyone know how the NCAA evaluates the dynasty criteria and when they decide to reward it?

    Reference to NCAA announcement of FSU Dynasty recognition
    The Seminoles have a legendary coach, a tradition of excellence and a record of dominance that is unprecedented in college football history. Recently the NCAA declared FSU a "dynasty".

    http://floridastate.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=100076
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    Re: Dynasty status recognition by the NCAA

    Of all the things.

    Dynasties aren't awarded by the NCAA. They are in the minds and memories of football fans.
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    Re: Dynasty status recognition by the NCAA

    "...a title runs."

    How many is that?

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    Re: Dynasty status recognition by the NCAA

    Quote Originally Posted by cbi1972 View Post
    Of all the things.

    Dynasties aren't awarded by the NCAA. They are in the minds and memories of football fans.
    Here is a list that the NCAA has recognized


    • Notre Dame, 19461949[7][70]
    • Oklahoma, 19481951[71]
    • Michigan State 1951-1966, 6 National Championships in 16 years
    • Oklahoma, 195358[7][72]
    • Alabama, 196166. 3 national championships.[73]
    • Texas, 19681972[citation needed]
    • Oklahoma, 197175[74]
    • Alabama, 197780[75]
    • Miami, 198392 In ten seasons, Miami won 4 national championships (1983, 1987, 1989, 1991), played for 6 national championships (1983, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1992), finished in the top 3 of the AP Poll for 7 consecutive seasons (198692), and set an NCAA-record with 58 straight home victories.[76][77]
    • Florida State, 19872000 At the height of Bobby Bowden's dominance, the Florida State Seminoles went 152191, won nine ACC championships (19922000), two national championships (1993 and 1999), played for three more national championships (1996, 1998 and 2000), were ranked #1 in the pre-season AP poll 5 times (1988, 1991, 1993, 1995, and 1999), never lost the #1 AP ranking during 1999, produced 20 1st round NFL draft picks (including the 1997 offensive and defensive rookies of the year), won at least 10 games every year, and never finished a season ranked lower than fourth in the AP poll. Quarterbacks Charlie Ward and Chris Weinke won Heisman Trophies.[78]
    • Nebraska, 199397 3 national championships in four years (1994, 1995, 1997), 492 cumulative record.[79]
    • Miami, 200003[80]
    • University of Southern California, 20022008 2 consecutive national championships (2003 and 2004*), appearance in the 2005 NCG, 7 straight Pac-10 titles, 6 major bowl wins in 7 years (Rose: 2003 and 20072009, Orange: 2004 and 2005), and maintained a 34 game winning streak from 20032005.[81]

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    Re: Dynasty status recognition by the NCAA

    Not sure where you copied that from, but considering the NCAA doesn't recognize official national champions in FBS, there's about zero chance it's accurate.
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    Re: Dynasty status recognition by the NCAA

    Quote Originally Posted by Bama1985 View Post
    Here is a list that the NCAA has recognized


    • Notre Dame, 19461949[7][70]
    • Oklahoma, 19481951[71]
    • Michigan State 1951-1966, 6 National Championships in 16 years
    • Oklahoma, 195358[7][72]
    • Alabama, 196166. 3 national championships.[73]
    • Texas, 19681972[citation needed]
    • Oklahoma, 197175[74]
    • Alabama, 197780[75]
    • Miami, 198392 In ten seasons, Miami won 4 national championships (1983, 1987, 1989, 1991), played for 6 national championships (1983, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1992), finished in the top 3 of the AP Poll for 7 consecutive seasons (198692), and set an NCAA-record with 58 straight home victories.[76][77]
    • Florida State, 19872000 At the height of Bobby Bowden's dominance, the Florida State Seminoles went 152191, won nine ACC championships (19922000), two national championships (1993 and 1999), played for three more national championships (1996, 1998 and 2000), were ranked #1 in the pre-season AP poll 5 times (1988, 1991, 1993, 1995, and 1999), never lost the #1 AP ranking during 1999, produced 20 1st round NFL draft picks (including the 1997 offensive and defensive rookies of the year), won at least 10 games every year, and never finished a season ranked lower than fourth in the AP poll. Quarterbacks Charlie Ward and Chris Weinke won Heisman Trophies.[78]
    • Nebraska, 199397 3 national championships in four years (1994, 1995, 1997), 492 cumulative record.[79]
    • Miami, 200003[80]
    • University of Southern California, 20022008 2 consecutive national championships (2003 and 2004*), appearance in the 2005 NCG, 7 straight Pac-10 titles, 6 major bowl wins in 7 years (Rose: 2003 and 20072009, Orange: 2004 and 2005), and maintained a 34 game winning streak from 20032005.[81]
    That looks like a Wikipedia page. And we all know that nothing can be put on Wikipedia that isn't true

    Dynasties are for media and fans to discuss. They aren't something that ever becomes official.

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    Re: Dynasty status recognition by the NCAA

    Quote Originally Posted by Bama1985 View Post
    Here is a list that the NCAA has recognized
    Copying from a Wikipedia page is not proof the NCAA has recognized them and this list looks suspiciously like an abbreviated version of this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynasty...rican_football

    Why leave off everything above Notre Dame?
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    Re: Dynasty status recognition by the NCAA

    Quote Originally Posted by crimsonaudio View Post
    Not sure where you copied that from, but considering the NCAA doesn't recognize official national champions in FBS, there's about zero chance it's accurate.
    There is an actual honorary designation and recognition that is given out and voted on by NCAA members. Several years ago it made the newscasts when Fla State received this honor.

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    Re: Dynasty status recognition by the NCAA

    Quote Originally Posted by Bama1985 View Post
    There is an actual honorary designation and recognition that is given out and voted on by NCAA members. Several years ago it made the newscasts when Fla State received this honor.
    Reference to NCAA announcement of FSU Dynasty recognition
    The Seminoles have a legendary coach, a tradition of excellence and a record of dominance that is unprecedented in college football history. Recently the NCAA declared FSU a "dynasty".

    http://floridastate.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=100076
    Last edited by Bama1985; December 6th, 2012 at 01:19 PM.

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    Re: Dynasty status recognition by the NCAA

    Quote Originally Posted by crimsonaudio View Post
    Copying from a Wikipedia page is not proof the NCAA has recognized them and this list looks suspiciously like an abbreviated version of this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynasty...rican_football

    Why leave off everything above Notre Dame?
    Here is the entire list:

    • Yale 19 championships between 1874 and 1909 [67]
    • Michigan 4 championships in 4 years, 5 straight undefeated seasons between 19011905.[citation needed]
    • Pittsburgh, 19101918 5 championships in 9 seasons (1910, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918) [2][citation needed]
    • Notre Dame, 19191930 6 championships in 1919, 1920, 1924, 1927, 1929, 1930 and an .892 winning percentage over 12 years.[67]
    • Pittsburgh, 19251938 9 championships in 14 seasons (1925, 1927, 1929, 1931, 1933, 1934, 1936, 1937, 1938) [3][citation needed]
    • Minnesota, 19341941 5 championships in 8 seasons (1934, 1935, 1936, 1940, 1941)[68]
    • Army, 194446[69]
    • Notre Dame, 19461949[7][70]
    • Oklahoma, 19481951[71]
    • Michigan State 1951-1966, 6 National Championships in 16 years
    • Oklahoma, 195358[7][72]
    • Alabama, 196166. 3 national championships.[73]
    • Texas, 19681972[citation needed]
    • Oklahoma, 197175[74]
    • Alabama, 197780[75]
    • Miami, 198392 In ten seasons, Miami won 4 national championships (1983, 1987, 1989, 1991), played for 6 national championships (1983, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1992), finished in the top 3 of the AP Poll for 7 consecutive seasons (198692), and set an NCAA-record with 58 straight home victories.[76][77]
    • Florida State, 19872000 At the height of Bobby Bowden's dominance, the Florida State Seminoles went 152191, won nine ACC championships (19922000), two national championships (1993 and 1999), played for three more national championships (1996, 1998 and 2000), were ranked #1 in the pre-season AP poll 5 times (1988, 1991, 1993, 1995, and 1999), never lost the #1 AP ranking during 1999, produced 20 1st round NFL draft picks (including the 1997 offensive and defensive rookies of the year), won at least 10 games every year, and never finished a season ranked lower than fourth in the AP poll. Quarterbacks Charlie Ward and Chris Weinke won Heisman Trophies.[78]
    • Nebraska, 199397 3 national championships in four years (1994, 1995, 1997), 492 cumulative record.[79]
    • Miami, 200003[80]
    • University of Southern California, 20022008 2 consecutive national championships (2003 and 2004*), appearance in the 2005 NCG, 7 straight Pac-10 titles, 6 major bowl wins in 7 years (Rose: 2003 and 20072009, Orange: 2004 and 2005), and maintained a 34 game winning streak from 20032005.[81]

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    Re: Dynasty status recognition by the NCAA



    De Plane, Boss, De Plane!!!


    Ooops, that was Fantasy Island, wasn't it? Still works for this thread, so I'll leave it.
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    Re: Dynasty status recognition by the NCAA

    Is this real life?
    Fool me once, shame on me. Fool me twice? Congratulations, you'd probably make a pretty good con-man.

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    Re: Dynasty status recognition by the NCAA

    Interesting note - one of the dynasties listed on the wiki page, Grand Valley State, was lifted to prominence by Brian Kelly - the current head coach of Notre Dame.

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