After the beatdown in T-Town, not only is the SEC a one-team league, but Alabama's also made it a one-team nation.
The past two meetings of Florida-Alabama have been epic. Great trilogies are rare; enjoy seeing two great teams in their prime.
Ryan Mallett entered with more Heisman buzz than Mark Ingram this season. But when all was said and done at Razorback Stadium, the new boss is the same as the old boss.
The first Forde-Yard Dash of the 2010 season sprints through the game's most interesting men, biggest dolts and name-drops a few game-changers.
The 2000s provided plenty of talented teams, but the single best team of the decade comes down to a two-squad debate.
Alabama's dominating defense will play a leading role, but the central figure in this appealing national championship drama is Texas QB Colt McCoy.
Nick Saban built his path to success one hit at a time. Thursday was just more of the same. Two molar-rattling tackles that will echo in Alabama lore for years to come delivered a title to the Tide.
For one magical day -- the biggest day of the 2009 season to date -- Greg McElroy out-Tebowed Tim Tebow. Alabama's unsung QB has the Tide in the BCS National Championship Game.
The 2009 season had its share of surprises. From unranked Cincinnati transforming into a national title contender to Ndamukong Suh becoming a Heisman candidate, the message for the postseason is clear: Expect the unexpected.
From pre-bowl crescendo games to the annual end-of-season awards, The Dash runs through it all.
Terrence Cody is primed to be immortalized on Alabama's Mount Rushmore of heroic defensive performances after saving the Tide.
From players, coaches and games to surprises and busts, The Dash's midterm exam runs through it all.