Indiana University of Pennsylvania was one of six college football programs (across the four major levels: FBS, FCS, D2 and D3) in the state of Pennsylvania that won at least 10 games last season. The Crimson Hawks went 11-0 in the regular season and 2-1 in the D2 playoffs, losing to West Florida in the semifinals. Their 13 wins were the most in the state and led Pennsylvania to more college football wins than any other state.
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The state of Pennsylvania had 278 wins, 45 more than the next state (Ohio, 233), but it helps when you have the most teams — by far. Indiana is one of 53 college football programs in the state, 12 more than the next state (Ohio, 41), and while the Keystone State had more wins, it tied for 32nd in both wins per team (5.2) and winning percentage (.479).
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Programs like Indiana, Delaware Valley (12-1) and Penn State (11-2) were held down by seven teams with one or zero wins, including three winless teams: Seton Hill (0-11), Lincoln (0-10) and Wilkes (0-10).
Here's an interactive map of total 2017 college football wins by state, along with a list of all the states (plus Washington, D.C., and British Columbia).