2018-19 College Basketball and Football Combined Winners

During the 2018-19 season, 11 schools won at least one game in the NCAA Tournament and a football bowl game.

Virginia

  • Bowl: won Belk Bowl vs South Carolina
  • Tournament: won National Championship

Minnesota

  • Bowl: won Quick Lane Bowl vs Georgia Tech
  • Tournament: won first round matchup vs Louisville, before losing in round two

Duke

  • Bowl: won Independence Bowl vs Temple
  • Tournament: won three games, beating X, UCF, and Virginia Tech, before losing to Michigan State in Elite 8

Baylor

  • Bowl: won Texas Bowl vs Vanderbilt
  • Tournament: won first round matchup vs Syracuse, before losing in round two

Auburn

  • Bowl: won Music City Bowl vs Purdue
  • Tournament: won four games, making the Final Four for the first time in school history – beat New Mexico State, Kansas, UNC, Kentucky, before losing to Virginia

Florida

  • Bowl: won Peach Bowl vs Michigan
  • Tournament: won first round matchup vs Nevada, before losing in round two, to Michigan ironically

Iowa

  • Bowl: won Outback Bowl vs Mississippi State
  • Tournament: won first round matchup vs Cincinnati, before losing in round two

Kentucky

  • Bowl: won Citrus Bowl vs Penn State
  • Tournament: won three games, beating X, Wofford and Houston, before losing to Auburn in Elite 8

LSU

  • Bowl: won Fiesta Bowl vs UCF
  • Tournament: won two games, beating Yale and Maryland, before losing to Michigan State in Sweet 16

Ohio State

  • Bowl: won Rose Bowl vs Washington
  • Tournament: won first round matchup vs Iowa State, before losing in round two

Oregon

  • Bowl: won Redbox Bowl vs Michigan State
  • Tournament: won two games, beating Oregon and UC Irvine, before losing to Virginia in Sweet 16

For fun, Texas won the Sugar Bowl vs Georgia and won the NIT. I know, it’s not the NCAA Tournament, but they did take home a trophy in each sport.

CFB and CBB combined records

Virginia won the most combined basketball and football games in 2018-19, which included a CBB National Championship and Belk Bowl

  • 43 – Virginia
  • 42 – Buffalo
  • 41- Houston
  • 40 – Kentucky, Duke, Michigan
  • 39 – Utah State, Michigan State, Cincinnati
  • 38 – LSU, Auburn
  • 37 – Washington, Nevada
  • 36 – UCF, Texas Tech, Tennessee
  • 35 – Fresno State, Clemson

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