Tennessee has finally accomplished something in the social media era: beating Florida. That should quell angry #VolsTwitter -- at least for the next week.

Tennessee's victory was merely one of a few notable results in the SEC. Ole Miss laid a beatdown on Georgia, and LSU-Auburn had one of the weirdest endings you'll see this season. Then again, would you expect anything else from that game?

With so much action happening around the country, we here at CBS Sports want to get you caught up on all the noteworthy things that happened -- both the good and not so good.

What were the highlights from Saturday of Week 4? What were the moments some programs want to forget? We hash out the best and worst below.

Winner -- Georgia kicker Rodrigo Blankenship: Look at my man Rodrigo out here kicking with his glasses on. This is a fashion statement, straight up. It's one thing to play with a flowing head of hair, a Mohawk or the like, but Georgia's kicker knows the classic adage of look smart, feel smart, play smart. As someone with glasses, I tip my cap to you, sir.

Loser -- Marquee noon games: Normally, noon kickoffs feature some of the least appealing games of the day. That wasn't the case at first glance on Saturday. Wisconsin-Michigan State, Georgia-Ole Miss and even Florida State-South Florida was a trio worthy of your interest. Then the games kicked off. The average point differential in the three games was 25. FSU-USF and Wisky-MSU had some early entertainment value before the Seminoles and Badgers pulled away, respectively.

Winner -- Lamar Jackson's Heisman Trophy resume: Ho hum, just another day in which Jackson accounts for 479 total yards and seven touchdowns in an easy 59-28 victory at Marshall. Jackson had 417 yards and five touchdowns through the air, and in a refreshing change of pace, was not the team's leading rusher. This, coupled with Clemson's victory at Georgia Tech on Thursday, sets up for a huge game on Oct. 1 in Death Valley with major ACC and playoff implications.

Loser -- The Mountain West: Focusing on sweeping conference narratives or win-loss records in one week doesn't usually tell the whole story. But goodness, the Mountain West did not have a good Week 4, going 1-6 in nonconference play. The lone win: Boise State at Oregon State 38-24. However, the Mountain West had teams lose to Iowa State and Purdue. So, no, not a great weekend.

Winner -- Florida State running back Dalvin Cook: Cook had been somewhat non-existent in Florida State's first three games of the season with only 228 total yards and two scores. Word on the street was that Cook was banged up, but coach Jimbo Fisher maintained his star back was "fine." That's an accurate statement. Cook rushed for a career-high 267 yards along with a pair of scores -- his first coming on FSU's first offensive play of the game. He also added 62 yards receiving on four catches. That's more of the Dalvin Cook we're used to seeing. Now, it's a matter of Cook repeating that performance on a weekly basis.

Loser -- Northern Illinois: As it turns out, things might not be so great in DeKalb. Dropping the season opener at Wyoming? It was an overtime game, no big deal. Dropping a game at South Florida? The Bulls will compete for an AAC title, no shame there. Losing to San Diego State? The Aztecs have one of the best running backs in college football in Donnel Pumphrey. A lot of teams will lose to them. But falling 28-23 to Western Illinois of the FCS? Yikes, that might be an indication of a winless season. And to think the Huskies were in the Orange Bowl a mere four years ago.

Winner -- Minnesota's Tai'yon Devers: This is a mean, mean man. His hit on Colorado State quarterback Collin Hill is violent and satisfies all the blood lust this world is capable of holding. But it was also perfectly clean.

If the name or physics sound familiar at all, you're not crazy. Devers also delivered a righteous blow to Oregon State quarterback Darell Garretson in Week 1. With September nearly in the rear-view mirror, Devers has been one of college football's hardest hitters.

Loser -- Notre Dame's defense: So yeah, the Irish might be handcuffed by their defense a little. Or a lot. Notre Dame is 1-3 thanks to a 38-35 loss to Duke -- the same Duke team that scored 27 points in two games against Wake Forest and Northwestern. Three turnovers didn't exactly help the Irish, but the Blue Devils had three scoring drives of at least 70 yards.

You can't say the Notre Dame offense isn't doing its job. In two of the three losses this year, Notre Dame played well enough on offense to win. But the Irish have given up at least 30 points in each of their past five losses.

Winner -- Wisconsin: There's still a bit of wait-and-see on the Badgers. The next month for Wisconsin is tough: at Michigan, vs. Ohio State, at Iowa and vs. Nebraska. We'll know then just how good this team is. But it's tough to knock what Wisconsin has done so far with wins vs. LSU at a neutral site and at Michigan State. The resume has to count for something. Wisconsin's defense is legit, and the offense, when healthy, is serviceable with new quarterback Alex Hornibrook. Few people would have predicted the Badgers' 30-6 romp past the Spartans, so that's one test they passed.

Loser -- Les Miles' clock management: A lot is going to be made about the insane ending between LSU and Auburn, but ultimately the officials got the call right by taking LSU's touchdown off the board. Still, that doesn't excuse the fact that Miles completely botched the final drive of the game by taking nearly three minutes to drive 60 yards. It isn't uncommon for the Tigers to take 20 or more seconds in between plays. On third-and-16, LSU did not have two plays lined up ready to go. That's just poor game management. Miles has come out on the right side of many insane endings, but not this time. When you clear away the clutter from the end of the game, you realize there was more he could have done.

Winner -- Penn State punter Joey Julius: Speaking of big hits, does any punter lay people out like Julius? Yeah, the Nittany Lions lost to Michigan 49-10 and there was no chance for Penn State. But I like to think of Julius as a bright spot ... and metal as hell. Remember, our guy has done this before.

Loser -- Targeting: This is the most controversial rule in college football, namely because no one knows what targeting is or isn't. But this hit on Stanford receiver Francis Owusu absolutely is targeting. In fact, it fits many definitions and not just the helmet-to-helmet contact, which happens frequently. Yet it wasn't called by the officials.

And yet, somehow, this Penn State defender was called for targeting even though he was clearly going for the ball.

The spirit of the rule is well-intended, but it's not executed well because few people seem to know what targeting is.

Winner -- The Wake Forest hype train: Oh yeah, baby, we're all in for the Demon Deacons. Wake Forest is 4-0 thanks to a 33-28 victory against Indiana. Dave Clawson has done a good job in his third year in Winston-Salem. Already, the Deacs have more wins than in either of Clawson's first two seasons and are two victories away from bowl eligibility. The last time Wake Forest scored at least 33 points against a FBS opponent? A 34-10 victory against Maryland in 2013.

Loser -- Fresno State coach Tim DeRuyter: A 48-41 loss to Tulsa in two overtimes is a tough situation for DeRuyter and his Bulldogs. Dropping to 1-3 on the season as a result is even harder. Relinquishing a 31-0 second quarter lead and getting outscored 20-10 in the second half is even worse. That might be one of the final straws for DeRuyter barring a massive turnaround.

Winner -- Tennessee defensive end Derek Barnett: Boy, did it look like Florida was going to make it 12 in a row against the Volunteers. However, a comeback of 35 consecutive second-half points launched Tennessee to a 38-28 victory. But the defense played its part, too. Barnett led the way with two sacks, three quarterback pressures a deflected pass in the second half.

Loser -- UCLA: It seems a little wrong classifying the Bruins as losers because that defense is physical and did an excellent job against Stanford. Christian McCaffrey got his yards -- 165 in all -- but was held without a touchdown. So for UCLA to give up the win on a final drive by the Cardinal -- an 8-yard JJ Arcega-Whiteside touchdown grab -- has to sting. Jim Mora's team has one of the better quarterbacks in college football and an impressive defense, but it has lost two close games to Stanford and Texas A&M. That's frustrating.

Winner -- Colorado: The Buffaloes aren't going to win the Pac-12 South ... I don't think. Then again, that division is up for grabs and stranger things have happened. But that's not the point; the point is Colorado isn't in college football's cellar right now after a 41-38 victory against Oregon in Autzen Stadium. After blowing a 33-17 lead, it looked as though the Buffs had run out of gas, but an insane catch by wide receiver Bryce Bobo put Colorado back on top. Now 3-1, Colorado finally might have turned a corner as a program, and it has been a minute since that's happened.

Loser -- Baylor's odd fourth-down blunder: Baylor beat Oklahoma State 35-24, so this became a non-factor, but Baylor had one of the most head-scratching moments in third quarter when it elected to go for it on fourth-and-1 ... from its own 24-yard line. The decision was curious to say the least and Oklahoma State stopped the Bears' running back Terence Williams short of the first down marker.

As it turns out, the decision was a result of a miscommunication and failed equipment on the sidelines. Coach Jim Grobe said his headset battery was off when trying to communicate the play. "I was yelling, 'Punt the ball. Punt the ball,' " Grobe said via ESPN. Still -- that's an obvious punting situation. A miscommunication shouldn't keep the offense on the field like that. But it was the only real blemish in an otherwise well-played game by the Bears.

Winner -- Auburn kicker Daniel Carlson: When you're 6 for 6 on field goals and account for all of your team's points, that's worthy of a nod. Carlson's long for the night was 51 yards. Someone has earned sprinkles on their vanilla ice cream tonight.

Loser -- Business decisions: We mentioned Julius laying out Michigan defensive back Jourdan Lewis earlier, but here's the other side of that story: Lewis wasn't too happy with the, um, "business decision" by Jabrill Peppers on that play. Watch it again. Peppers, No. 5, attempts to "block" Julius and fails miserably ...

That's what we call a "come on, man" moment.

Winner -- Houston wide receiver D'Eriq King: Yeah, it might just be Texas State, but when you throw for a touchdown, catch a touchdown and run a kickoff back for a touchdown, that gets you noticed. King had 249 all-purpose yards on 11 touches. Broken down, that's 22.6 yards per touch. That's, as they say, not too shabby ... especially for a freshman.

Loser -- Vegas sportsbooks: Stanford defensive end Solomon Thomas totally ruined everyone's day when he took a fumble back for a touchdown in the Cardinal's 22-13 victory at UCLA as time expired. Solomon's play didn't affect the outcome of the game, but it did ensure Stanford covered on all tickets, not merely the ones that had the Cardinal as a 2-point favorite to start the week.

Winner -- This ultimate tip-drill interception: What do they say? It's better to be lucky than be good? Well, if by lucky you mean getting an interception off a football resembling a pinball bouncing off two players, then yes, that's better than being good.