List of Border Intercollegiate Athletic Association football champions
|Border Intercollegiate Athletic Association football champions (defunct)|
|Map of Border Conference member states|
|Conference||Border Intercollegiate Athletic Association|
|Most championships||Texas Tech (9)|
The list of Border Intercollegiate Athletic Association football champions includes 8 different teams that won the college football championship awarded by the defunct Border Intercollegiate Athletic Association during its existence from 1931 through 1961. In total, 9 teams sponsored football in the conference. Arizona State Teacher's College of Flagstaff (now Northern Arizona University) was the only member to never win a Border Conference football championship.
Champions by year
|1932||No Champion[A 1]||N/A|
|1933||No Champion[A 1]||N/A|
|1934||No Champion[A 1]||N/A|
New Mexico State
|1943||No full conference program||N/A|
|1944||No full conference program[A 1]||N/A|
|1945||No full conference program[A 1]||N/A|
|1950||West Texas A&M||6-0-0|
|1956||Texas State School of Mines||5-0-0|
|1960||New Mexico State||4-0-0|
Championships by school
|Texas Tech||9||1937, 1942†, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1955|
|Arizona State||7||1931, 1939, 1940, 1952, 1957, 1959, 1961|
|Arizona||3||1935, 1936, 1941|
|Hardin-Simmons||3||1942†, 1946, 1958|
|New Mexico State||2||1938†, 1960|
|Texas State School of Mines||1||1956|
|West Texas State||1||1950|
- "†" Denotes shared title
- Arizona has been listed by some as conference champion for the 1945 season and Texas Tech has been listed by some as conference champion for the years 1932, 1933, 1934 and 1944, but Border Intercollegiate Athletic Association rules forbade an official conference championship being awarded to a team without a minimum of three games played between conference members.
- Texas Tech won its two conference games in 1938 but did not win the official championship since it did not meet the conference's three-game requirement. Its victory over New Mexico did not count toward the championship, permitting New Mexico to share the 1938 Border Conference championship with New Mexico State.
- "Discontinued Conferences" (PDF). Conference Standings and Champions. National Collegiate Athletic Association. p. 12. Retrieved 2011-03-06.