They have all those titles and "the most wins" but what a lot of people don't realize is that tsun had a football team way before most other major programs….seven years before Notre Dame...TEN YEARS before Ohio State. They were playing Ivy league schools, AA high school (to be fair, Ohio State counts a win against Dayton YMCA), and small time programs that either do not exist anymore, or are in Division 3 or 4.
If that's not enough, the rules were not even close to the same they are now. For example, the scoring kept changing (FGs used to be 5 points) until it became the standard '6 and 3' in 1912. Real standardized college football didn't really start until the 1930's ( I think 1937 is the closest they get to a approximate year.) ttun had about half (6 out of 11) of their 'titles' before 1930. My point is, the old football played before about the 1930's shouldn't even count towards official records. If those unstandardized years were taken out of the record books, ttun wouldn't be anywhere near the elite level of college football.