Twenty-two games, almost 3.5 seasons — and two national championships.

It’s been a long time since Clemson last lost at home: 43-42 to Pitt on Nov. 12, 2016. The Tigers haven’t lost at home since, often winning by huge margins. In 2019, Clemson won its seven home games by 38, 14, 42, 31, 52, 45 and 49 points.

But the Tigers aren’t that far out ahead from every other team. Here’s a look at the longest active home winning streaks going into the 2020 college football season:

1. Clemson — 22 games

Last loss: 43-42 to Pitt on Nov. 12, 2016

As shocking as this loss was, it didn’t ruin Clemson’s title hopes. The Tigers wouldn’t lose again in winning the national title that season. Clemson also picked up another crown in 2018 and played for the title again this past season. Since falling to Pitt, the Tigers have rarely been threatened at home. Clemson rallied to beat Syracuse by 4 in 2018, but the Tigers have won by an average of 33.3 points during their 22-game streak.