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Week 3’s college football Twitter trolls

Week 3's college football Twitter trolls

Week 3 of the college football season has featured several entertaining matchups and a lot of social media trolling.

The No. 6 Oklahoma Sooners have arguably the troll of the day, using lyrics from a poetic freestyle by a former player to celebrate a dominating win over the Nebraska Cornhuskers. The No. 4 Michigan Wolverines, Cincinnati Bearcats and Delaware Blue Hens also got in on the action with barbs of their own.

Here’s a look at some of the top social media trolls of Week 3 across college football:

Sooners quarterback Dillon Gabriel torched the Cornhuskers for 230 yards passing and two touchdowns, along with 55 yards and a score on the ground. Running back Eric Gray led Oklahoma’s rushing attack with 113 yards and two touchdowns.

Many Sooners fans remember the team’s win over Nebraska in the 2006 Big 12 title game and then-wide receiver Malcolm Kelly’s legendary postgame freestyle in which he name-drops the Cornhuskers.

“But we gon’ get it ’cause we gotta finish. Nebraska Cornhuskers, man, we diminished. ‘Cause them boys little, paint like a Skittle.”

Oklahoma used Kelly’s lyrics to summarize its performance against its former Big 12 rival.

Entering Saturday’s “Battle for the Victory Bell” matchup, the Bearcats had won 15 straight games against the Miami RedHawks.

Make it 16 consecutive wins, as Cincinnati scored 14 unanswered points in the second half en route to a 21-point victory over its in-state rival. The win also gave the Bearcats their first lead in the series, 60-59-7. Quarterback Ben Bryant threw for 337 yards and two touchdowns on the day.

After the game, the team’s Twitter account let Miami know where the bell is staying for the foreseeable future.

The Penn State Nittany Lions‘ defense forced four turnovers against Auburn and held the Tigers to 5-for-14 on third down. On offense, running back Nicholas Singleton led the team with 124 yards rushing and two touchdowns. The 29-point…

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