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The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference has been known as the Colorado Football Conf. (1890-1892), Colorado Intercollegiate Athletic Conf. (1893-1908), and Rocky Mountain Athletic Conf. (1909- ). The RMAC ceased to be a major college conference following the 1937-38 academic year. Brigham Young, Colorado, Colorado State, Denver, Utah, Utah State, and Wyoming left to form the Mountain States Conference. The conference continues today as a Division 2 conference.
1890 Colorado Mines (3-0)
1891 Colorado Mines (3-0)
1892 Colorado Mines (2-0)
1893 Colorado Mines (3-0)
1894 Colorado (5-0)
1895 Colorado (3-0)
1896 Colorado (2-0)
1897 Colorado (2-0)
1898 Colorado Mines (2-0)
1899 Colorado College (3-0)
1900 Colorado College (3-0)
1901 Colorado (2-0)
1902 Colorado (4-0)
1903 Colorado (4-0)
1904 Colorado Mines (3-0-1)
1905 no conference standings
1906 Colorado Mines (2-0-2)
1907 Colorado Mines (3-0)
1908 Colorado (3-0)
1909 Colorado (3-0)
1910 Colorado College (4-0)
1911 Colorado (4-0)
1912 Colorado Mines (4-1)
1913 Colorado (3-0-1)
1914 Colorado Mines (3-0-1)
1915 Colorado State (3-0)
1916 Colorado State (2-0-1)
1917 Denver (4-0)
1918 Colorado Mines (2-0)
1919 Colorado College (4-0), Colorado State (6-1)
1920 Colorado State (4-0-1)
1921 Colorado (4-0-1)
1922 Utah (5-0)
1923 Colorado (7-0)
1924 Colorado (5-0-1)
1925 Colorado State (8-0)
1926 Utah (5-0), Montana State (4-0)
1927 Colorado State (7-1)
1928 Utah (4-0-1)
1929 Utah (6-0)
1930 Utah (7-0)
1931 Utah (6-0)
1932 Utah (6-0)
1933 Utah (5-1)
1934 Colorado (6-1), Northern Colorado (6-1)
1935 Colorado (5-1)
1936 Utah State (6-0-1)
1937 Colorado (7-0)