The stickers on the helmets stand for something good that the player has done, such as a good play or a good sack, or a nice show of leadership. The more stickers a player has the better the player.
Some schools, such as Georgia, give white bones for athletic plays and black bone for academic achievements.
Ohio State players get buckeye leaf stickers for making great plays, starting on the back of the left side. Some players do so much on the field they have stickers on the right side of their helmets.
OK, I will try to list these in order for you incase you want to know who has the 2nd most wins also. I have gone back to 1936 because in 1935 the organization choosing the Champions was the CFRA,HAF and the NCF. Listed from most to least. Ties included. 12 Alabama 12 Notre Dame 11 Southern California 7 Oklahoma 5 Ohio State 5 Miami 5 Nebraska 4 Minnesota 3 Texas 2 Florida State 2 Tennessee 2 Michigan 2 Penn State 2 Pitt 2 Michigan State 2 Army These all have 1 Louisiana State Florida Washington Colorado Georgia State BYU Clemson Georgia Syracuse LSU Auburn UCLA Maryland Texas A&M TCU
Different penalties have different inforcments. Some are considered "spot fouls" and are inforced from the "spot" of the infraction. Others are continuation penalties and are enforced from the result of the play. SPOT FOUL: If it was offensive holding at the 35, the team would be penalized from the spot of the infraction...ball placed at the 25 yard line. CONTINUATION PENALTY: If it was defensive face mask (inadvertant), the offense would be given 5 yards onto the end of the run, 1st and 10 at the 44. A continuation penalty can not result in a touchdown. When the penalty is over half the distance to the goal, you are awarded "half the distance to the goal".
Five wins and six losses.