Saturday's best in college football

Missouri WR Moore extends Tigers' lead with excellent TD grab (0:31)

Missouri WR J'Mon Moore shows off excellent concentration making a touchdown catch with his fingertips on the sideline to extend the Tigers' lead over Delaware State. (0:31)

Week 3 saw some beatdowns and meltdowns and Spurrier and Brady, but we're on to Week 4. If you're not glued to the couch for all the action, we've got you covered.

Follow along all day for the best of Saturday.

A party 12 years in the making

Let's take a stat break

Stats courtesy of ESPN Stats & Info.

  • Georgia has not been shut out since 1995 vs. Alabama (lost 31-0).

  • Wisconsin has the toughest October schedule (at Michigan, versus Ohio State, at Iowa, versus Nebraska) in the country, according to FPI. An average FBS team would be expected to win 0.6 games against Wisconsin's four-game stretch.

  • Alabama recorded their 18th shut out under Nick Saban, the most in FBS during that span (Ohio State is 2nd with 11).

  • There have been six games in Florida State history in which a player had more than 215 yards rushing. Dalvin Cook has three of them.

Somebody's got to do it ...

Urban Meyer didn't have to report to his day job this weekend. But the Ohio State Buckeyes coach was still put to work at home.

After returning from a full day of recruiting around the state of Ohio on Friday, Meyer apparently used his bye weekend to catch up on some housework. Meyer's wife, Shelley, caught him cleaning the windows on Saturday morning, snapping a photo to prove that the three-time national champion has to do a few chores like anybody else.

Let's be friends

Phil Fulmer and Steve Spurrier were legendary combatants, both on and off the field, during their careers at Tennessee and Florida. Saturday, they were reunited on College GameDay to help pick games.

Watch: Lee Corso's GameDay pick.

Sparty party

Dave and Linda Purchase of Howell, Mich., found this old abandoned ambulance and retrofitted it into the perfect Michigan State tailgating machine for them and their friends. They even turn on the green and white sirens, win or lose, when they drive back into their neighborhood.

There was also this guy shredding on the accordion.

They're going full Duck

In case you missed it earlier this week, Oregon will wear the "Once A Duck, Always A Duck" uniforms against Colorado. They are modeled after Oregon's mascot.

That got us thinking ... what if Oregon got its hands on some of college football's most iconic looks?

Let's Oregon-ize some uniforms.