Lombardi Award - Winners By School

Winners By School

School Winners
Ohio State 6
Nebraska 5
Notre Dame 4
Oklahoma 3
Texas 3
Auburn 2
Florida State 2
Alabama 1
Arizona State 1
Boston College 1
Georgia 1
Houston 1
LSU 1
Maryland 1
Miami (FL) 1
Michigan 1
Michigan State 1
North Carolina 1
Penn State 1
Pittsburgh 1
Texas A&M 1
USC 1
Virginia Tech 1
Washington 1

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