Well, we've come to answer that call by scouring Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and other social-media networks most coaches can't pronounce to find some of the best posts. Here are some of the things that caught our eye this week:
It's rivalry week, and Ohio State is in the thick of the race to make the College Football Playoff. Ohio governor John Kasich decided to kill two birds with one stone as a result, taking a shot at Michigan in a recent proclamation while declaring members of the selection committee as honorary Ohioans. It might not work to the Buckeyes' advantage, but you have to pull out all the stops.
Oklahoma's Samaje Perine broke Melvin Gordon's week-old FBS single-game rushing record against Kansas and received the Taiwanese animation treatment as a result.
A student reporter made headlines last week when he discussed "Girls, Jesus and Marcus Mariota" in an Oregon press conference. Well, the middle-schooler met his hero this week as a result.
Now this is how you troll your rivals ahead of a game against Minnesota that will determine who goes to the Big Ten Championship Game.
Speaking of that Beckham catch, Biletnikoff Award front-runner Amari Cooper had a good reaction to that grab.
Florida DE Dante Fowler appears to be sending a bit of a message toward Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston.
Just a fantastic photo from a Louisville fan after last week's win at Notre Dame.
Boise State signee Brett Rypien broke his uncle Mark's state passing record this week and Broncos quarterbacks coach/offensive coordinator Mike Sanford passed along his congratulations.
Colorado's football team hasn't been great in some time, but Boulder is still one of the most picturesque settings in the country for a college football game, as evidenced by these shots from a Buffs staffer.
It's rivalry week around the country, in case you didn't notice.