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List of Ohio Valley Conference football champions

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List of Ohio Valley Conference football champions

Ohio Valley Conference football champions
Conference Football Champion
Sport College football
Conference Ohio Valley Conference
Number of teams 9
Played 1948–present
Current champion Southeast Missouri State (1)
Most championships Eastern Kentucky (20)

This is a list of regular season champions in college football of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) FCS Ohio Valley Conference.

Football conference champions

Season Champion Record
1948 Murray State 3–1–0
1949 Evansville 3–1–1
1950 Murray State 5–0–1
1951 Murray State 5–1–0
1952 Tennessee Tech 4–1–0
Western Kentucky 4–1–0
1953 Tennessee Tech 5–0–0
1954 Eastern Kentucky 5–0–0
1955 Tennessee Tech 5–0–0
1956 Middle Tennessee State 5–0–0
1957 Middle Tennessee State 5–0–0
1958 Middle Tennessee State 5–1–0
Tennessee Tech 5–1–0
1959 Middle Tennessee State 5–0–1
Tennessee Tech 5–0–1
1960 Tennessee Tech 6–0–0
1961 Tennessee Tech 6–0–0
1962 East Tennessee State 4–2–0
1963 Western Kentucky 7–0–0
1964 Middle Tennessee State 6–1–0
1965 Middle Tennessee State 7–0–0
1966 Morehead State 6–1–0
1967 Eastern Kentucky 5–0–2
1968 Eastern Kentucky 7–0–0
1969 East Tennessee State 6–0–1
1970 Western Kentucky 5–1–1
1971 Western Kentucky 5–2–0
1972 Tennessee Tech 7–0–0
1973 Western Kentucky 7–0–0
1974 Eastern Kentucky 6–1–0
1975 Tennessee Tech 6–1–0
Western Kentucky 6–1–0
1976 Eastern Kentucky 6–1–0
1977 Austin Peay State 6–1–0
1978 Western Kentucky 6–0–0
1979 Murray State 6–0–0
1980 Western Kentucky 6–1–0
1981 Eastern Kentucky 8–0–0
1982 Eastern Kentucky 7–0–0
1983 Eastern Kentucky 6–1–0
1984 Eastern Kentucky 6–1–0
1985 Middle Tennessee State 7–0–0
1986 Murray State 5–2–0
1987 Eastern Kentucky 5–1–0
Youngstown State 5–1–0
1988 Eastern Kentucky 6–0–0
1989 Middle Tennessee State 6–0–0
1990 Eastern Kentucky 5–1–0
Middle Tennessee State 5–1–0
1991 Eastern Kentucky 7–0–0
1992 Middle Tennessee State 8–0–0
1993 Eastern Kentucky 8–0–0
1994 Eastern Kentucky 8–0–0
1995 Murray State 8–0–0
1996 Murray State 8–0
1997 Eastern Kentucky 7–0
1998 Tennessee State 6–1
1999 Tennessee State 7–0
2000 Western Kentucky 7–0
2001 Eastern Illinois 6–1
2002 Eastern Illinois 5–1
Murray State 5–1
2003 Jacksonville State 7–1
2004 Jacksonville State 7–1
2005 Eastern Illinois 8–0
2006 UT Martin 6–1
Eastern Illinois 7–1
2007 Eastern Kentucky 8–0
2008 Eastern Kentucky 7–1
2009 Eastern Illinois $ 6–2
2010 Southeast Missouri State 7–1
2011 Tennessee Tech 6-2
2012 Eastern Illinois 6-1

$ - Jacksonville State (6-1) had the best record in the conference, but was ineligible for the championship due to Academic Progress Rate sanctions.

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