Michigan remains #1 on the All Time Win list. They are destined to retain that spot for at least several decades, absent a complete collapse or death penalty.
Yale stays in second place, but the Irish have moved one game ahead of the Texas Longhorns, into third place.
Both the Irish and Longhorns will be passing the Yalies in the next few years, because of the longer schedule we player, compared to the Ivy League.
The only other change in the top ten is that Alabama has passed Harvard and is now in 8th place.
In the on-going race for the top winning percentage, the Wolverines cling to a slight lead over the Irish.
NOTE: I took this pre-season chart and added the season record through October 19.
Winning percentages are determined by treating each tie as half a win and half a loss.