Your Saturday best: Darnold to the Jets and a 104-year-old’s birthday party

Updated: September 23, 2017

Week 4 is here. It’s been so long since last Saturday.

Here’s the best stuff from Week 4 in college football:

A man can dream

Happy birthday to you!

Pokes fans loving Melo move

The OKC Thunder trade for Carmelo Anthony caused a buzz among the Oklahoma State tailgates leading into Saturday’s TCU game. “I’m a little bummed about (Enes) Kanter getting traded. … but I think we’re going to the Western Finals now,” said Edmond native Bryson Holden, a freshman at OSU. Cowboy/Thunder fans Chad Schmidt and Lance Hoose found out about the trade watching the ESPN crawl at Eskimo Joe’s. “I love it,” said Schmidt, whose son was actually going to Kanter’s basketball camp this weekend. “It moves us up there (with Golden State),” Hoose said. “Going to come down to who wants it on the court more now.”

Jake Trotter, ESPN Staff Writer

A Texas-sized burger

Everything’s bigger in Texas, right? Especially the burgers. This Texas AM fan purchased the “mega burger” at ATT Stadium on Saturday. Cost? $30.

Sam Khan Jr., ESPN Staff Writer

This is actually the “Super 16” Burger at ATT Stadium. The burger has 16 ounces of meat, including chopped brisket, the official barbecue delicacy of Texas. It has four slices of cheese.

Baker’s starting early

Every time we play in somebody else’s house, I try to get them to be as loud as possible… Solely so I can hear the difference when the clock hits zero. Conference play starts tomorrow. #TheKidIsInTown #BeatBaylor

A post shared by Baker Mayfield (@baker_mayfield) on Sep 22, 2017 at 8:51pm PDT

OU’s Heisman-frontrunning QB took to Instagram last night. He’s ready for things to get loud at Baylor.

A decade of greatness

Ryan McGee finds out.

  • This week, the No. 6 Cowboys open Big 12 play against TCU (ESPN and ESPN App, 3:30 p.m. ET). Alex Scarborough looks at beauty and awesome power of the Pokes offense.

  • Ruff day at the office

    Boise State’s kickoff tee-retrieving dog, Kohl, was a viral sensation last weekend.

    For more on Kohl and his counterpart, Pint at UC Davis, Heather Dinich finds out about college football’s hardest-working pooches.

    Bottom line: They’re all good dogs.

    College football’s coolest new tradition

    A grass-roots social media idea has shed light on a long-standing and impactful relationship between Iowa football and pediatric patients, turning the hospital next to Kinnick Stadium into an epicenter of hope. Mitch Sherman looks at ‘the wave’ at Kinnick Stadium.

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