Dynasty? Wasn't that a night time soap opera with Joan Collins?
Last year, the NCAA proclaimed the Seminoles to be one of the only eight official dynasties in the 130-year history of college football. The recognition was based on an extraordinary, unprecedented run of 10 consecutive 10-or-more-wins seasons, and 10 consecutive Top Four finishes. No other team has matched that record, and it is unlikely that any ever will. http://www.fsu.edu/~fstime/FS-Times/Volume3/nov97web/2nov97.html
Still though, if any of us are actually going to believe in this, we're going to need it from an NCAA press release or the NCAA website.
You've got to admit, it's more than a little curious that the only places you've found this info is, Wikipedia, FSU Rivals site, and a retro 1997 newsletter archived on FSU's website. Surely you can admit that's a little bizarre?
Fool me once, shame on me. Fool me twice? Congratulations, you'd probably make a pretty good con-man.
Where am I, and what is going on?
Am I in some Xbox warp?
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Hail Mary, Full of Grace, Notre Dame in Second Place, with a made up girlfriend
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ó Thomas Pynchon
Heisman Trophies.Nebraska, 1993–97 – 3 national championships in four years (1994, 1995, 1997), 49–2 cumulative record.
University of Southern California, 2002–2008 – 2 consecutive national championships (2003 and 2004*), appearance in the 2005 NCG, 7 straight Pac-10 titles, 6 major bowl wins in 7 years (Rose: 2003 and 2007–2009, Orange: 2004 and 2005), and maintained a 34 game winning streak from 2003–2005.
Dynasty status is imaginary, and isnt recognized by any official organization, including the NCAA... Although the debate continues on Tidefans.com
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