Serious question....as some of the references to historical wins got me thinking about the what criteria is utilized in the calculation. Has anyone ever done a true analysis of the all-time wins in college football? For example, I often hear CU fans point to the statistic that its program is Top 25 in wins all-time. However, if you review old records for example, between 1894-1910, CU has 29 wins against local high schools. Adjusting CU's actual win total would put it somewhere around Top 30. Nebraska, for example, records wins against Lincoln HS that are counting towards itswin total even though NU has classified it as an "exhibition game." (Here is the website I am pulling this info from: http://www.cfbdatawarehouse.com/data/misc/div_ia_wins.php) Was it common practice back in the days to schedule high school level competition? Meaning were Ohio State, Michigan, etc. all doing this and if so has anyone ever gone through and done a more complete evaluation as to all programs with more objective criteria?