From players, coaches and games to surprises and busts, The Dash's midterm exam runs through it all.
Pat Forde might have been the only person in America rooting against Tom Watson on Sunday. And he has his reasons.
Tom McCarthy, a retired principal who spent $20,000 on General Quarters, gets a chance to realize a lifelong dream at Saturday's Kentucky Derby.
The performance by Kentucky's Jodie Meeks in Tuesday's victory at Tennessee -- 54 points! -- was truly a sight to behold.
Bud Foster's defensive unit turned in another stellar performance in the Orange Bowl. But Pat Forde wonders, when will some school make him a boss?
From meeting the shockers ... to coaches losing it, catching it and regretting it ... to some mascot advice, The Dash runs through it all.
Western Kentucky is navigating the choppy waters of transitioning to Division I-A. The Hilltoppers' first test in college football's top tier ended in a 49-3 loss to the defending champs.
Arkansas RB Darren McFadden's overcome some obstacles to emerge as a Heisman favorite, but turning difficulties into something uplifting has become a family trait.
At the intersection of improbable dream and manifest destiny, Louisville's Brian Brohm delivered the performance that he was born to deliver, writes Pat Forde.
Beloved Bucknell assistant coach Bryan Goodman recently lost one of his children, but gained a family, Pat Forde writes.
Rick Clausen always believed he could win games for Tennessee. After a comeback win for the ages at LSU, maybe others will finally believe in him too.
Nevada's rookie coach looked like anything but in a close win over Texas.
Adrian Peterson is being called the LeBron of football, and he's backed it up with one of the greatest freshman seasons ever and a spot as a Heisman finalist.