2015 is a year to remember for college football.
We saw the inaugural College Football Playoff take place, an incredible 2015 regular season and we're in the midst of an exciting bowl season. Let's look back at this great football year by reliving some of its best moments.
January: Ohio State radio calls (Paul Keels) from Sugar Bowl win over Alabama
January: Ohio State celebrates national title with epic dance party
September: BYU radio call (Greg Wrubell) of Hail Mary win over Nebraska in Week 1
September: Ole Miss radio call (David Kellum) of Quincy Adeboyejo's miracle touchdown vs. Alabama in Week 3
October: Dabo Swinney gives passionate interview following Notre Dame win in Week 5
October: Charlie Strong goes crowdsurfing after Week 6 win over Oklahoma
October: Michigan State radio call (George Blaha and Jason Strayhorn) of stunning game-winning final play vs. Michigan
October: Georgia Tech radio call of 'Miracle on Techwood'
October: Bob Stoops wears yoda masks and dances after Week 9 win over Kansas
What winning big on Halloween looks like! Who wouldn't want to play for this guy? pic.twitter.com/vRcFqJqB55— Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) October 31, 2015
November: Missouri's Gary Pinkel gets emotional, dances after final career win
November: LSU, Army pay tribute to Paris after terrorist attacks
The Tigers came on the field holding an American flag and a French flag in honor of the victims in Paris. pic.twitter.com/gv0QnDafyx— LSU Football (@LSUfball) November 15, 2015
November: Michigan State, Ohio State react after Spartans’ game-winning kick in Week 12
November: Frank Beamer hits 'The Dab' after final regular season win
December: Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio dances in the locker room after Big 10 title game
December: Clemson hosts pizza party for 20,000-plus fans following perfect regular season
December: Duke's locker room celebration after Pinstripe Bowl win
One more time, because you know you want to see this again. Saturday's postgame celebration here - https://t.co/jHJ9aNf1LM— Duke Football (@Duke_FB) December 27, 2015
December: LSU football, band celebrate Texas Bowl win with rendition of their alma mater