It's hard to finish a regular season undefeated in college football, but a few teams every year across NCAA divisions achieve the mighty feat, with some teams impressively finishing regular seasons unbeaten in consecutive years.
We've gathered the data from the FBS, FCS, DII and DIII levels of football to find out which programs have the longest active regular-season win streaks in college football. A regular-season win streak means counting games during the regular season beginning in "Week 0" through the last regular-season game, not counting conference championships, playoffs or bowl games. Check out the list below:
Through regular season games played in 2023
|Regular-SEason Win Streak||School||Division|
|21||South Dakota State||FCS|
|20||Colorado School of Mines||DII|
*Benedict's two conference championship games count towards DII regular-season wins because only four conferences have actual conference championship games, but those two conference championship games ARE NOT counted in this list for equity among other divisions that play conference championship games.