Let me make a case for the Cornell men's hockey team of 1966-'67 to 1969-'70: Two NCAA championships, one second-place finish and one third; over this period the Big Red's record was 110-5-1.
ARTHUR C. KAMINSKY, New York City
I would like to mention a frequently overlooked dynasty that began in the 19th century. From 1880 to 1909, Yale's football teams went 302-13-14. The Elis fielded 19 undefeated teams and 16 that could claim to be national champion. When settling disputes between Alabama and Notre Dame fans over which school leads in national titles, I leave them speechless when I tell them that Yale leads both schools.
KENT STEPHENS, College Football Hall of Fame, South Bend