Alabama has claimed not only its third national championship in four years, but its third dynasty.The Crimson Tide won three titles in the 1960s ('61, '64-65), three more in the 1970s ('73, '78-79) and most recently in 2009, 2011 and 2012. It's hard to argue Alabama isn't the most impressive program among those that lay claim to dynasties, but how would you rank them all? Scroll over the logos below for information and click to set your rankings.

College football dynasties

Alabama

Alabama

Chamionships:
'61, '64-65
'73, '78-79
'09, '11, '12
With three titles in four years, is Alabama's most recent dyansty the most impressive?

Miami

Miami

Chamionships:
'83, '87, '89, '91 (shared with Washington)
The Hurricanes won four championships in nine years with three different coaches.

Nebraska

Nebraska

Chamionships:
'94, '95, '97 (shared with Michigan)
Nebraska lost just three games over five seasons from 1993-97.

Minnesota

Minnesota

Chamionships:
'34-36, '40-41
Minnesota was the last team to win three straight championships.

Notre Dame

Notre Dame

Chamionships:
'43, '46-47, '49
Frank Leahy didn't just coach Notre Dame to championships four times in one decade, he earned them on the field as well in 1929 and 1930.

Oklahoma

Oklahoma

Chamionships:
'50, '55-56
The Sooners' back-to-back championships in 1955-56 were just part of a 47-game winning streak.

USC

USC

Chamionships:
'28, '31-32
'72, '74, '78
The Trojans were everywhere in the 1970s, winning three championships and finishing No. 2 twice.

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