College football’s best Week 4 Twitter trolls

The Week 4 Twitter jokes about college football began Friday as the UTEP Miners celebrated an upset victory over the Boise State Broncos with a perfectly executed barb.

On Saturday, other teams like the No. 4 Michigan Wolverines, No. 5 Clemson Tigers and James Madison Dukes continued the small energy after their victories.

Here’s a look at some of the top college football Twitter trolls of Week 4:

Things looked bleak for James Madison as they trailed 3-28 to Appalachian State in the second quarter. But the Dukes outscored the Mountaineers 22-0 in the second half to complete the win from behind. It was the FBS’s biggest comeback win this season and James Madison’s first road win in the series since 1991. Dukes quarterback Todd Centeio threw for 204 yards and two touchdowns that day.

After James Madison defeated App State on the street Saturday, he posted a picture to Twitter summarizing the win.

Michigan running back Blake Corum rushed for 243 yards and two touchdowns while quarterback JJ McCarthy threw for 220 yards and two points to help the Wolverines defeat the Terrapins. Michigan is 4-0 for the second straight game, improving to an all-time 10-1 against Maryland. Saturday’s loss is the Terrapins’ 19th straight loss to AP top-10 opponents, the program’s longest streak during the AP polling era (since 1936).

Both schools represent the letter “M,” but the Wolverines let the terrapins know that their “M” is best.

Wake Forest quarterback Sam Hartman threw a career-high six touchdown passes, but it wasn’t enough when Clemson’s defense was stopped in second overtime to secure the win. Clemson improves to 14-0 against the Demon Deacons since Dabo Swinney was named permanent head coach and extends his winning streak to 10 games, the longest active streak in FBS.

Clemson’s Twitter account hilariously post-game at Wake Forest’s expense.

Bulldogs quarterback Will Rogers threw for 406 yards and six touchdown passes in a dominant win over the Falcons. Rogers set the school record for touchdown passes in a game and completed 78% of his passes for the third time this season. Wide receiver Caleb Ducking had a great day, catching seven passes for a career-high 96 yards and two touchdowns.

It took the Bulldogs a simple pun to pull off the perfect troll postgame.

Mountaineers quarterback JT Daniels threw for 203 yards and a touchdown to help his team defeat the Hokies, but history is on the defensive side. West Virginia held Virginia Tech 2-10 in third place, giving up just three points in the second half. According to ESPN Stats & Information, West Virginia’s 23-point win was their greatest ever at Lane Stadium, Virginia Tech’s home stadium.

After the game, the Mountaineers reminded Twitter that Virginia has the upper hand.

UTEP went into Friday’s matchup against the Broncos as a 16.5-point underdog. That didn’t matter, as Miners quarterback Gavin Hardison completed 10 of 11 passes for 123 yards and a touchdown, and second receiver Marcus Bellon hit on a punt return in the third quarter to lead the squad to an upset victory. It was UTEP’s first win over Boise State in the series.

Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson became a viral sensation this summer with his catchphrase “Let’s ride.” Since Boise State’s mascot is a bronco, the Miners’ Twitter account posted a creative graphic to celebrate the win.

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Emma Bowman

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