You just put in a 14-hour day crushing countless Game Day Lights on an empty stomach, asserted dominance over any fool that went even remotely close to the ladderball setup, and shamelessly finger blasted your pledge brother’s 18-year-old sister under the sign-in table. Needless to say, you had your hands full, so you undoubtedly missed what went down throughout the rest of the country. But no worries, guys. That’s what I’m here for: To spend Saturdays watching college football. Your thanks is not necessary, as I’m not in this line of work for the praise. I make the sacrifice of planting my ass firmly on the couch so people like you don’t have to — so you can go out and live the tailgate life the way tailgate life was meant to be lived. At the very least, hopefully this makes that crippling hangover today more bearable.
College Gameday was more of a festival environment than ACL.
— David Lewis (@LewsWorld) October 3, 2015
There’s not enough beer in the world to watch a UCF football game.
UCF down 38-10 and they are nearly out of free beer. So now wells are free! pic.twitter.com/J28wjs6L8p
— Eric Adelson (@eric_adelson) October 3, 2015
Oklahoma stomps WVU. Cue the Baker Mayfield video.
Northwestern and Iowa give Big 10 fans a false sense of conference depth.
— Matt Weitzel (@BigWeitz) October 3, 2015
Your weekly Danny Kanell trolling the SEC tweet.
The SEC needs to stop scheduling these OVC powerhouses …
— Danny Kanell (@dannykanell) October 4, 2015
Mark Richt’s football philosophy: never set expectations too high.
Clone this man pic.twitter.com/1XB9GjSZPX
— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) October 3, 2015
— SB Nation (@SBNation) October 3, 2015
We’re going to have to put up with Florida football fans for at least another two weeks until Death Valley.
— Florida Gators (@FloridaGators) October 3, 2015
Clemson hangs on and doesn’t pull a Clemson.
Around the rest of the country.
— Ithaca Bombers (@BomberSports) October 3, 2015
That moment when you don't have enough students in your student section to do a card stunt. pic.twitter.com/BEgPdhJy3H
— Erin Sorensen (@erinsorensen) October 3, 2015
Big 12 officials did in fact award Oklahoma St a phantom first down when it should’ve been fourth-and-four. OSU scored TD four plays later
— Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) October 4, 2015
— Chris Wolff (@HashtagChrisss) October 3, 2015
— Saturday Down South (@SDS) October 4, 2015