The Dash looks back at a month marked by mayhem and overshadowed by conference expansion news, and looks forward to an October to remember.
Sooners and Seminoles are clashing. Bulldogs backers are coach-bashing. War Eagles are crashing. Time to get Dashing.
Michigan could play another 131 years without winning a game as wild as its 35-31, back-from-the-dead, how-in-the-name-of-Fielding-Yost-did-that-happen victory over Notre Dame.
The Dash is back to say goodbye to five freaks and the Offseason from Hell, and hello to the players, coaches and teams that have us excited for 2011.
It might not be The Big One, but with recent upheaval at big-time programs and the rise of new contenders, the college football landscape is shifting.
Notre Dame vs. Miami in the Sun Bowl brings back memories of when these programs ruled college football two decades ago.
Dashing through things we're talking about now that we weren't when September began, an October preview, the Boise bus versus the gods and more.
The Forde-Yard Dash issues a call to get on the Boise bus and sprints through Week 2's dandy dozen games.
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.
USC-Notre Dame, Florida-Florida State, Tennessee-Kentucky and Virginia Tech-Virginia all have at least one thing in common: The rivalry has been rather one-sided in recent years. Could these see a reversal of fortune in 2010?
Strength coaches have come a long way since the dark ages. Just ask Notre Dame's Paul Longo.
Where Notre Dame positions itself in college football's possible new world order will be vital to everyone in the sport.
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.
The 2000s delivered plenty of memorable games, but 10 rise above the rest as the best of the decade.
Brian Kelly has the right stuff to revive Notre Dame. The move would crush Cincinnati fans, but they are used to losing coaches.
Of the top 15 programs of all-time as tabulated in 2008 by ESPN's stats and research department, Notre Dame lags behind the other 14 from 1997 through the present.