There were some dominant collegiate football teams during the first decade of the 2000s. NFL.com sorted through the best to find the top 10 teams from that time period, including one of the best teams ever.
Oklahoma's unbeaten 2000 national championship team ranked No. 2 on the NFL.com list, only edged by the 2001 University of Miami team.
From NFL.com: "This is the team that set the bar permanently high for Bob Stoops at OU, beating six ranked opponents, including a No. 1 (Nebraska), a No. 2 (Kansas State/regular season) and a No. 3 (FSU). Josh Heupel threw for 3,606 yards and Quentin Griffin scored 17 touchdowns on the ground. Future first-round pick Roy Williams led a defense that saved its best performance of the season for last, shutting down an FSU offense that had scored 50-plus points five times that year."
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