After a strange season capped by a strange game of inches, busted cinches and ethical flinches, the Auburn Tigers held the crystal football at last.
The 2010 BCS bus ride took many unexpected turns and experienced more than a few bumps in the road. In the end, Auburn and Oregon survived to make it to the final destination.
From a return to reality to a BCS bowl manifesto to possible big-names bowling gutter balls, The Dash runs through it all.
While the BCS continues to provide annual snafus, The Dash is proud to present his annual awards: The Dashies.
From the wishful thinking for BCS chaos to the Dawgs & Gators to the showdown in Lubbock, the Dash runs through it all.
From the BCS campaign season's being in full swing to teams' going up in flames to an LIP winner, the Dash runs through it all.
Next year's BCS National Championship Game will be played in Miami, and the Ohio State Buckeyes aren't invited. Especially if the Southeastern Conference champion is invited.
The Big Ten and SEC have passionate fans and storied traditions. But which conference takes the cake? Pat Forde breaks it down in a BCS Championship edition of Tale of the Tape.
From the SEC vs. Pac-10 debate to the best and worst records to Navy's win getting Kentucky on the clock, The Dash runs through it all.
It didn't take error-free football to beat unraveling Ohio State Monday night, but Florida played that well anyway, writes Pat Forde.
Quinn Pitcock is a standout in the trenches, but the Ohio State tackle might have more value off the field, writes Pat Forde.
The BCS system has reduced the national championship chase to a politicized popularity contest/guessing game, writes Pat Forde.
Florida or Michigan? The twisted reality of the BCS has reduced a great regular season to haphazard guesswork at the 11th hour, writes Pat Forde.
From the five uneasy pieces in the BCS puzzle to handing out some conference awards, the Dash runs through it all.
Michigan-Ohio State is five days away, but some people already are talking about a January sequel for the national title. Jim Tressel isn't one of them, writes Pat Forde.
From fighting the establishment to surprising runs at a bowl to busts of the year to the Gonzo coaching call of the week, the Dash runs through it all.