Twitter trolls are active during Week 11 of the college football season.
The Ohio State Buckeyes celebrated a dominant win on Saturday at the Indiana Hoosiers' expense. But The Duck, the No. 6 Oregon Ducks' mascot, is arguably the troll of the week with his barrage of tweets toward the No. 25 Washington Huskies.
Here are some of the best Week 11 Twitter trolls across college football.
Harry the Husky, Washington's mascot, and The Duck traded barbs on Twitter leading up to the Top 25 matchup.
The Huskies got the last laugh after a 37-34 victory on Saturday.
The Buckeyes moved to 10-0 on the year behind a 297-yard, five-touchdown day from quarterback C.J. Stroud. Receiver Marvin Harrison Jr.had a productive day, as well, finishing with seven catches for 135 yards and one score.
The state of Indiana is home to the Indianapolis 500. Brutus, the Buckeyes' mascot, depicted how his squad zoomed past the Hoosiers.
UCFquarterbackJohn Rhys Plumlee accumulated 308 yards (132 passing, 176 rushing) and three touchdowns (two rushing, one passing) to help his team hold off Tulane. According to ESPN Stats & Information, Plumlee joins Kansas Statequarterback Adrian Martinez and Vanderbiltsignal-caller Mike Wright as the only FBS players with at least 150 rush yards, two rushing scores and a passing touchdown in a game this season.
Washington Staterunning back Nakia Watson ran for 116 yards and three touchdowns while quarterback Cameron Ward finished with 259 yards passing and a score in the Saturday victory over Arizona State. It was the Cougars' second straight win, and it makes them bowl-eligible.
Afterward, Washington State's Twitter account used the Sun Devils' pitchfork (sort of) in a celebratory dig.
The Tigers' Twitter account celebrated with a Cardinal-less image after the game.
Mustangs quarterback Tanner Mordecai finished with 280 yards passing and two touchdowns to help his team defeat the Bulls. Running back Camar Wheatonhad two rushing scores and Tyler Lavine added another touchdown on the ground.
SMU's Twitter account celebrated becoming bowl-eligible with a postgame graphic that had a not-so-subtle wisecrack toward USF.
Duke Blue Devils quarterback Riley Leonard did it all against Virginia Tech Hokies, finishing with 310 total yards (262 passing, 48 rushing) and three touchdowns (two passing, one rushing) en route to the Blue Devils' seventh win of the season.
According to the team's website, Virginia Tech's mascot, the HokieBird, is an evolution from its days as a turkey when the team nickname was the Gobblers. Duke's Twitter account landed a clever jab given the Hokies' mascot history.