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CFB Social: Week 3 in college football through social media


Week 3 of college football is underway and social media is buzzing at the action. Here are the best tweets, vines, videos and more from across the country.

Well played University of Iowa Police Department, well played.

When the Big Ten goes West, strange things sometimes happen.

The personalized jersey contest has been won thanks to Michigan tight end Jake Butt's family.

Not a banner day for Iowa (or the Big Ten, for that matter), as Iowa State captured the Cy-Hawk Trophy.

Former NFL wide receiver Braylon Edwards had a little fun with his phone on Saturday in Ann Arbor, creating this game-day collage.

Former NBA star Jerry Stackhouse's kid is being recruited by Stanford, and the proud father and his son were on the Farm for the team's game against Army today.

Sometimes you just need a hug.

SB Nation had an interesting interpretation of Jake Butt's touchdown against Miami (OH) on Saturday.

Several teams wore patriotic uniforms in remembrance of 9/11 this weekend. Virginia coach Mike London wore a different cap in each quarter of Saturday's game to honor each branch of the U.S. Military.

Got to protect those mobile devices. When there is a weather delay at the Georgia-South Carolina game, fans will find a way to play on their phones.

No weather issues out in Seattle today. It's a beautiful day to "sailgate" prior to the Illinois-Washington game.

You know it's a big game for South Carolina when the mascot gets an upgraded ride to the stadium.

Louisville and Virginia players got into a tussle coming out of the tunnel at the end of halftime.

Rutgers is hosting Penn State in the school's first-ever Big Ten conference game and things are getting ... strange in New Jersey.

Oregon has a rare 11 a.m. PT kickoff this week against Wyoming, but at least the Ducks are going with a strangely solid-looking uniform choice.

Speaking of uniforms, Tennessee is breaking out the "Stormtrooper" all-white look for the Vols' trip to Norman.

Boise State is sporting some very neat looking thigh pads in its all-white look for a game against UConn.

Pretty cool looking end zone laid out by the Georgia Dome folks for the Georgia State-Air Force game in Atlanta.

You can follow Bryan Fischer on Twitter at @BryanDFischer.



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