The Numerical

Big hearts and big runs

Week 3 of the 2013 college football season was one for obscene passing numbers, huge runs, creatively bad officiating, and Eric LeGrand.

Baylor breaks football

Baylor's offense breaks football, Michigan State and USF's offenses break it back, Stanford passes its first test, Miami wins with one offensive play, and suddenly more Johnny Manziel/Alabama hype seems like a fun alternative.

Is Washington really, really good?

Texas takes its time, Georgia rues missed opportunities, Henry Josey returns, and ... we're ready to acknowledge that Washington might be for real, right?

The machine

Nick Saban has accomplished something only Nebraska's Tom Osborne and Notre Dame's Frank Leahy had managed in the poll era: a third national title in four years. Let's look back at the Tide's most dominant title game performance yet.

Ole Miss' future is bright

The Rebel hype machine is ready to rumble for 2013 after a 38-17 Ole Mis win over Pittsburgh in Birmingham.

Eventual magic

Oklahoma held Johnny Manziel and the Aggies in check for quite a while in the first half, but the Sooners couldn't take advantage. And you had to know what was coming after that.

One final surge

Oregon outbursts one more time, De'Anthony Thomas is really fast, and the Ducks eventually take control.

Louisville stands up to the bully

Louisville stood up to Florida's bullying, and the Gators had no Plan B. Let's look back at the Cardinals' incredible Sugar Bowl performance.

College football is the best

We knew that already, but December 31, complete with upsets, redemption and intensity, reaffirmed it.

Comebacks are fun

One of the final busy days of the 2012 college football season had plenty to offer.

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