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Week 7 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.

Look who had time to check out the big Ole Miss-Texas A&M game.

Ever wonder how TCF Bank Stadium goes from Gophers-centric on Saturday to Vikings-themed on Sunday? We have an answer.

Not long ago, West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen said he hadn't spoken to Mountaineers kicker Josh Lambert since he stepped on campus. Another game-winning kick later, and, my, how things have changed.

Some really good photos coming from the Oregon-UCLA game in Los Angeles.

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Brett Hundley's fumble led to an Oregon touchdown scored by Marcus Mariota. (Photo by @ben_liebenberg)

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Marcus Mariota has accounted for each of Oregon's three first-half TDs, two by pass and one by run. (Photo by @ben_liebenberg)

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They start 'em young in Waco, apparently.

Even NBA players get testy over the Red River Rivalry.

Fun fact: Steve Stricker could average five yards a carry against either Indiana or Wisconsin's defense today, too.

You got to wonder if Kliff Kingsbury is going to order Devin Lauderdale's name be spelled wrong on his jersey every week going forward.

No matter the teams' records, the Cotton Bowl for the Red River Shootout/Showdown/Rivalry is a bucket-list item for any college football fan. While there's always the Texas State Fair food prior to the game, that's only the beginning of the fun.

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Focused on a W. #BeatTexas

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Arkansas is honoring the 1964 national title team which featured, among others, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and former coach Jimmy Johnson.

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Fun having @realjerryjones on set talking 50th anniversary of @RazorbackFB natl championship #SECNation

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Big game in Starkville between top-five teams Auburn and Mississippi State. The Bulldogs are certainly playing up their town's nickname with so many eyes on the Magnolia state.

You can follow Bryan Fischer on Twitter at @BryanDFischer.

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