Sooners and Seminoles are clashing. Bulldogs backers are coach-bashing. War Eagles are crashing. Time to get Dashing.
A diminutive runner as a marquee back? That's the case with these 20 mighty mites.
In looking back at the Class of 2006, one thing is clear: What happens on signing day is not nearly as important as what happens every day thereafter.
Tim Tebow's Florida finale provided a perfect ending to his historic college career -- and an ideal introduction to a skeptical NFL.
The most striking sign of the emotional turmoil over Urban Meyer's Florida future was in the eyes of his wife, Shelley, after the Sugar Bowl.
Brian Kelly's move and Urban Meyer's leave of absence -- not to mention assistants' new gigs -- has made for a very strange Sugar Bowl for both coaching staffs.
Mardy Gilyard survived a childhood marked by poverty and abuse. But the support of his mother and brother -- and his own willpower -- helped him reach the peak of college football.
From the starting block in Albuquerque to the finish line in Pasadena, The Dash sprints through all 34 bowls -- and picks the winners.
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.
Brian Kelly has the right stuff to revive Notre Dame. The move would crush Cincinnati fans, but they are used to losing coaches.
From a return to reality to a BCS bowl manifesto to possible big-names bowling gutter balls, The Dash runs through it all.
From examining the resumes of the BCS top 8 to Halloween fashion, The Dash runs through it all.
Boise State and Cincinnati are taking advantage of college football's game of attrition.
From a poll discussion to a feud flaring up to the unbeaten but unloved, The Dash runs through it all.
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?