Blue Ribbon Yearbook previews the 2005 college football season, exclusively on Insider.
A look at what questions were answered and what problems linger heading into the fall.
New Mexico's lack of balance will prove fatal, as the Middies will ride their option attack to victory.
The unexpected firing of coach Tyrone Willingham capped a season of surprises in South Bend.
NAVY 42, ARMY 13
Navy 54, Rutgers 21
Tulane 42, Navy 10
Notre Dame players are used to playing in loud venues. But none of them have been to Neyland Stadium.
Navy 34, Delaware 20
Notre Dame having to deal with blowing a lead for two weeks plus series rotations and Navy feelin' better all the time.
Ryan Grant ran for 114 yards and two touchdowns as Notre Dame built a comfortable early lead and continued its domination of previously unbeaten Navy with a 27-9 victory at Giants Stadium.
If Navy snaps a 40-year losing streak to Notre Dame on Saturday, a perfect season grows more and more likely. But the Midshipmen don't even care about the BCS.
Virginia will taste defeat in Tallahasse, while Arizona State might finally make USC pay for its mistakes.
Geoff Blumenfeld picked a good time to make his first field goal of the season, nailing a 30-yarder with second seconds left to lift Navy to a 24-21 victory over Air Force on Thursday night.
Notre Dame isn't lacking motivation for Saturday's home game against the hated Purdue Boilermakers.
Virginia Tech and Notre Dame figure to build on the momentum generated the last two weeks.