Higgins - Mayo lucky and unluckyKeith Higgins feels that Sunday's drawn All-Ireland SFC semi-final could have gone either way.
McStay in running for Rossies postKevin McStay has been nominated for the vacant Roscommon senior football manager's job.
Mayo boldness impressses McGuinnessJim McGuinness was impressed by how Mayo "absolutely refused to lie down" in Sunday's drawn All-Ireland semi-final.
"No doubt" about Brogan's pointThe chairman of the national referees appointments committee insists Bernard Brogan's 13th-minute point was definitely legitimate.
Dubs to appeal Connolly redDublin are set to appeal the red card shown to star attacker Diarmuid Connolly on Sunday.
McMahon free to play in replayThe CCCC has decided not to take action against Philly McMahon for his altercation with Aidan O'Shea on Sunday.
HS football team of the weekDublin versus Mayo part two is scheduled for next Saturday but, for now, here's our football team of the week...
Kinsella to referee replayEddie Kinsella will take charge of Saturday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay between Dublin and Mayo.
Public allocation of replay tickets sell out as website crashesThe GAA has confirmed that the public allocation of tickets for Saturday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay between Dublin and Mayo have sold out.
Moran: replay is a "completely new game"Andy Moran doesn't think either team holds an advantage going into next Saturday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay.
Mayo Mick eligible for replay!Mick Barrett from Castlebar hit the headlines 12 months ago after infamously invading the Gaelic Grounds pitch towards the end of Mayo's All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay defeat to Kerry.
Kevin Kilbane explains GAA rules to Ruud GullitWhile the GAA's TV deal with Sky Sports continues to divide opinion, there can be no denying it has opened up Gaelic football and hurling to a whole new audience.
Championship tweets: Has 'The Sunday Game' lost credibility?Here's what Declan O'Sullivan, Joe McMahon and Paddy Bradley thought of The Sunday Game's analysis of yesterday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final...
Connelly hails Mayo's characterMayo joint-manager Noel Connelly was pleased with the character his team showed in coming from seven points down to force a replay with Dublin.
Was Brogan 'point' wide?One of the most contentious decisions in yesterday's incident-filled drawn All-Ireland SFC semi-final almost went unnoticed.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I was headbutted alright."
Replay tickets selling fastTickets for next Saturday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay are expected to sell out quickly.
All Ireland Intermediate Football SevensThe newly formed Football Sevens Competition which will have Senior teams participating from all of Ireland is taking place again on 19th Sept. 2015
All-Ireland SFC semi-final: Mayo battle back to draw with DubsMayo reeled off 1-4 without reply in the last nine minutes to earn a 1-15 to 2-12 draw with Dublin in a fierce semi-final at Croke Park.
O'Shea: I was headbuttedAidan O'Shea has claimed he was headbutted by Philly McMahon in today's drawn All-Ireland SFC semi-final.
Twitter reacts to dramatic drawWhile the football was decidedly average, there was no shortage of drama as Mayo came from seven points down to force a replay with Dublin in today's All-Ireland SFC semi-final.
Replay fixed for next SaturdayThe All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay between Dublin and Mayo has been fixed for Croke Park next Saturday at 5pm.
O'Connor: there's more in usCillian O'Connor was already looking forward to next Saturday's replay after Mayo's dramatic draw with Dublin.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerDublin and Mayo faces off in a massive All-Ireland SFC semi-final at Croke Park this afternoon.
Watch: Dubs take Aidan O'Shea out of the game!Rory's Stories never fails to make us laugh.
'James Horan can take a lot of credit'Billy Joe Padden says ex-manager James Horan deserves a lot of credit for the rich form of Mayo's footballers recently.
Preview: SFC semi-final - Dublin v MayoIt's a case of east meets west tomorrow afternoon at HQ as Dublin and Mayo vie for a place in next month's All-Ireland SFC final.
Team news: Dubs name starting XVJim Gavin has named his starting line-up for this Sunday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final clash with Mayo at Croke Park.
McHale approves of O'Shea's new roleLiam McHale believes Mayo supporters are only seeing the best of Aidan O'Shea since he moved to full forward.
Odds: Smart money on a draw?Next Sunday it's the turn of Dublin and Mayo to battle it out for a place in this year's Sam Maguire Cup showpiece and Jim Gavin's men are fancied to set up a final date with Kerry on Sunday, September 20th.
All Ireland Minor C Hurling Final PreviewThe Mayo Minor Hurlers contest the All Ireland Minor C Hurling Final against Tyrone on Saturday 5th September at 2.00 pm in Markievicz Park, Sligo.
Team news: Barrett comes in for MayoChris Barrett replaces Tom Cunniffe in the Mayo team to play Dublin in Sunday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final.
Former rivals united in support for AchillSean Boylan and John Maughan were rival managers when Meath and Mayo clashed in the All-Ireland SFC final back in 1996 but these days they are united in their support for the Achill junior football team.
Murphy: the dark arts have to come into itFormer Hill 16 favourite Vinny Murphy says major question marks still hang over Dublin's defence.
Final heartache drives on BoyleMayo defender Colm Boyle admits that losing the 2013 All-Ireland SFC final is still fresh in the memory.