College football today - Week 4 updates, highlights, biggest moments and more

Texas' Xavier Worthy refuses to be tackled on 62-yard TD (0:51)

Xavier Worthy breaks multiple tackles as he runs 62 yards to the house for a Texas touchdown. (0:51)

We're already a full four weeks into the season. Seriously, where does the time go?

So far this Saturday, we got a big upset with NC State beating Clemson in double overtime, No. 12 Notre Dame took care of business against No. 18 Wisconsin with a 41-13 win in Soldier Field in Chicago and 16 Arkansas beat No. 7 Texas A&M in AT&T Stadium in Dallas. We're monitoring everything else going on, and there is no shortage of highlights and drama.

Check out all the results, reaction and revelry from throughout the land.

Full schedule: All teams | Top 25

Touchdown of the day

Whatever works, right?

Time to celebrate

SMU tried to celebrate. The Mustangs really did. However, TCU wasn't having it when they tried to plant their flag on the field.

Want to know who isn't celebrating? Reveille. That's who.

Arkansas really just had a field day with the win over Texas A&M.

NC State upset Clemson and the fans couldn't wait to storm the field following the double overtime win.

Coach Dave Doeren was also pretty happy after the win.

The Boston College fans were pretty hyped up about this win over Missouri.

This is the interception that sealed the win for the Eagles.

Even the Eagles' social team had fun celebrating the win.

Of course Notre Dame had to savor its win over Wisconsin with this caption.

The City of Fresno has declared this week "Fresno State Football and Quarterback Jake Haener Week." There should be more of this around college football when a team majorly upsets someone like Fresno State did to UCLA last weekend.

To read more about Haener's unpredictable rise, check this out.

Many happy returns

You figured it would be a good day for Alabama's Jameson Williams when he returned the opening kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown. He finished with three kick returns for 177 yards and two TDs, plus one reception for 81 yards and another score.

Mascot fun

Apparently there's a new tree in town for Stanford.

It's a look

Talk about making an entrance.

Lane Kiffin got some shiny new plates. Please, never change.

Introducing Jaxson Skywalker. Yeah, evidently Jaxson Dart has drawn inspiration from Star Wars in case you were wondering what the deal was with his eye black. Dart, however, is out indefinitely after having surgery to repair a meniscus injury.

Stephen A. Smith is a man of his word. He lost a bet to Tim Tebow -- he said Florida would lose by more than three touchdowns to Alabama last weekend, and he had to pay up.

Bijan Robinson jukes Texas Tech defenders for 38-yard TD

Texas' Bijan Robinson dodges defenders and turns on the jets for the 38-yard touchdown.

And it's safe to say that the Gators loved this look on him.

There are lots of callbacks to movies this week, and Oregon is on trend with its Dark Knight threads.

Michigan State plays Nebraska, and the Spartans definitely had fun with this reveal in a cornfield.

And Memphis is definitely bringing some heat with its uniform combo.

For more on uniforms, check this out.

Scene in the stands

BYU think there's a new GOAT in the NBA.

A full Soldier Field for Wisconsin-Notre Dame is a pretty sight.

A win against Clemson, and yeah, the fans are going to be going wild the whole time.

Game Day antics

Kevin Kelly doesn't believe in punting, and, yes, you are reading those words correctly. It's an unorthodox way of playing, but a fascinating one nonetheless. Read more about the Presbyterian head coach here.

And Lee Corso's pick is ...

Miami WR hauls in incredible one-handed TD grab

Romello Brinson makes a stellar one-handed touchdown catch to put Miami up 56-0.

For all the best signs, check this out.

NIL deal of the week

Cade York is now "queso rich," and it's giving us all the "chocolate wasted" feels.

More must-see

Baylor upset No. 14 Iowa State, and this play sealed the win for the Bears.

Hey, if the official wants to snack on some skittles in between downs, more power to him.

Check out this spectacular grab from Romello Brinson.

UConn is really feeling itself today as it's leading Wyoming and whipped out a trick play.

Bama's Jameson Williams makes history with 3 TDs longer than 80 yards

Alabama's Jameson Williams becomes the first FBS player in the last 15 years with three 80-yard touchdowns in a game.

Chris Tyree took this all the way back for the score.

Slipped right on by.

Georgia is running Vanderbilt out of the building.

But, hey, at least the fans are still having some fun with it.

For more on UGA's shutout, check this out.

Jordan Addison is out here taking names and taking ankles.

It's definitely a bad idea to give Bijan Robinson any room.

Sam Howell crosses goal-line for 23-yard Rushing touchdown

Sam Howell crosses goal-line for 23-yard Rushing touchdown

We're seeing lots of pretty amazing grabs as of late, and this certainly falls into that category.

The precision here is unlike anything else.

Sam Howell puts entire defense on spin cycle

North Carolina's star quarterback went full X Games mode, shedding one tackle after another on his 23-yard touchdown run.

Heyward hits the truck stick

Michigan State running back Connor Heyward had six catches for 77 yards in two games entering Saturday's matchup against Nebraska.

The 6-foot, 230-pound senior had nearly half that many yards on one epic catch in the second quarter, leaping for a catch, breaking one tackle at the 30-yard line, then breaking another at the 20 and setting up first-and-goal.

QB controversy in Norman?

Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler entered the season with Heisman aspirations. Midway through Week 4, Sooners fans are calling for his backup.

After a first half in which he threw for 73 yards, one touchdown and one interception, Oklahoma fans were chanting, "We want Caleb," referencing freshman Caleb Williams, who was the No. 16 prospect overall in the 2021 recruiting class.

Chants came midway through the second quarter after West Virginia cornerback Jackie Matthews picked off Rattler on a deflection.

Oklahoma trailed 10-7 at halftime, but Rattler came out in the second half and led Oklahoma on a 10-play, 64-yard drive that resulted in a field goal.