CFB Social: Week 5 in college football through social media

Week 5 of college football is underway and social media is buzzing with the action. Here are the best tweets, vines, videos and more from across the country.

Peyton Manning is not shy about his love of Tennessee. He took advantage of the Denver Broncos' bye week and stopped by the Vols' locker room prior to the game vs. Georgia.

Ohio State has had its fair share of issues on defense this season, but you wouldn't know it based on how this strength coach drops a fan running onto the field.

Bryce Petty pulled off a Todd Gurley-esque hurdle for a touchdown against Iowa State. Olympic gold medalist and former Baylor track star Jeremy Wariner took notice of the quarterback's skills.

Looks like @BaylorTrack has a new hurdler lol

— Jeremy Wariner (@Jwariner) September 28, 2014

The Cleveland Browns are also on bye this week, so Johnny Manziel had time to show up for Texas A&M's game against Arkansas -- being played in AT&T Stadium.

Manziel wasn't the only rookie taking advantage of a bye week to visit his old team. St. Louis Rams first-round pick Aaron Donald was on hand for Pitt's game against Akron.

And Broncos wide receiver Cody Latimer was on the sideline for Indiana's game vs. Maryland.

Meanwhile, Bengals running back Jeremy Hill is channeling his inner Dodger prior to LSU's game vs. New Mexico State.

This Tennessee fan found a new way to take out his frustrations -- on Georgia's famed hedges.

Snoop Dogg's son, prep wide receiver Cordell Broadus, has yet to announce where he will play college ball. Where does dad want his son to play?

And that's why he's the chairman of the CFB Playoff Selection Committee.

A couple of Seattle Seahawks are, naturally, part of Stanford's pregame routine as the team takes on Washington in Seattle.

Doug Baldwin and Richard Sherman followed up their pregame talk by taking in the game.

Nice look for Utah against Washington State in what could be a rainy Pac-12 game.

SMU could have used this fella to play defense against TCU.

Penn State honored homecoming tradition by going without names on players' jerseys.

Now this is a slick look thanks to Louisiana-Monroe's new chrome gold facemasks.

Nice way to celebrate a touchdown on Twitter by Purdue, especially considering it was a pick-six against Iowa that started things off.

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