Just short of a dynasty

Originally Published: December 25, 2012
By Ivan Maisel | ESPN.com

If the defining characteristic of a dynasty is three national championships over a span of uninterrupted dominance, then it's pretty easy to say which programs qualify and which do not. That is, until you read the details of the teams that didn't win three national championships. Florida State is not the only program that came within a game or two of being a dynasty.

Take the Army teams from 1944 through 1950. In those seven seasons, the Black Knights had a record of 57-3-4 (.922). ...

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