With four games to go, Notre Dame has an undefeated season in its sights, and all signs point to it accomplishing it for the first time since 1988.
The Fighting Irish were good in every aspect of Saturday's 30-13 win over Oklahoma. The only noticeable weaknesses were in the pass defense that gave up 364 yards through the air.
Led again by Manti Te'o (11 tackles, one interception, one sack), the Irish defense held down a Sooner team that averaged 44.6 points entering the game. The 13 points was also the lowest scored by the Sooners all season.
On offense, the Irish had the running game going with 221 rushing yards split between Theo Riddick, Cierre Wood and Everett Golson. Golson also had 177 yards passing on 13 completions to six receivers.
Throw in there one penalty for five yards, and you have the makings of everything Notre Dame did.
Given this performance, will the Irish run the table?
Let's take a look at the rest of their schedule.