Oklahoma began the season with 102 wins while Boise State had 98. But the Broncos have caught them with an unbeaten 10-0 season to date, while Oklahoma has won six of ten. Oklahoma is currently 108-23 this decade while Boise State is 108-17. The famous Nebraska teams of the 1990's were 108-16-1.
Florida State (also in the 1990's) holds the modern record of 109 wins with 13 losses and a tie. Two early college football teams from the 1890's, Pennsylvania (124 wins) and Yale (116 wins) hold the #1 and #2 spots.
Boise State began the decade with a 10-2 season, and were 8-4 in 2001 with a victory over #8 Fresno State. The Broncos were 12-1 and 13-1, respectively in 2002 and 2003, and began their streak of three unbeaten seasons in five years with an 11-0 regular season in 2004. Boise State lost to #7 Louisville in the 2004 Liberty Bowl. The Broncos were 9-4 in Coach Dan Hawkins' last year but capped a perfect 13-0 season in 2006 with a Fiesta Bowl win over Oklahoma. Boise State finished 10-3 in 2007 and 12-1 last season.
The Broncos have a minimum of three games remaining while Oklahoma has two plus a likely bowl game. If Boise State is fortunate enough to win their remaining games plus be invited to a bowl game that they can win, the Broncos would hold the modern record by themselves.