Here's a look at this week's best social-media posts from around college football.
Channeling the Nature Boy
If football doesn't work out for Texas LB Peter Jinkens, he can always fall back on his impersonation of pro wrestling great Ric Flair:
Western Michigan's coaching staff came up with a tricky way to award walk-on RB Trevor Sweeney a scholarship this week. The paperwork was attached to a football that was deliberately kicked to Sweeney during a special teams drill. He actually muffed the onside kick, but recovered and eventually realized there was something special about the ball:
Ohio State players were pretty pleased with the contents of their post-practice snack packs this week.
Quite an entrance
Nothing like a marching band to break up the monotony of a team meeting, courtesy of the Penn State drumline.
Williams on record
Auburn star WR D'haquille Williams broke his social media silence after a suspension from fall camp that kept him off the practice field for several days. Social media has landed Williams in hot water before, but he's saying the right things here:
A week doesn't seem to go by without Ohio State QB Cardale Jones showing off his strong Instagram game. Here, he has a moment with his daughter, surrounded by reporters at Ohio State's media day.