Week 4 gave us a great slate of games that didn’t disappoint involving SEC teams and around the country. We almost saw ShakeOut Saturday, but a few top ranked teams squeaked out wins in tough environments.

Looking back at Saturday’s schedule of games, let’s take a trip around the country to the five best environments in Week 4:

1. West Virginia

Morgantown was electric on Saturday night as the Mountaineers welcomed No. 4 Oklahoma. 61,908 blue and yellow-clad packed into Milan Puskar Stadium in hopes for an upset. The second and third quarters proved to be where the Sooners pulled away, outscoring West Virginia 35-20. Last time the Sooners visited Motown in 2012, West Virginia students were on fall break and missed a 50-49 thriller. Having Mountaineer students in attendance on Saturday night added to the raucous environment.

2. Florida State

Doak Campbell Stadium lived up to the hype with ESPN’s College GameDay in town. The tomahawk chop was in full force as the Seminoles faithful helped their team squeak out a win with backup Sean Maguire under center. Clemson pulled the ultimate Clemson, having more than enough opportunities to put that game out of reach, but credit the Seminoles and the 82,316 fans that ultimately put the flaming spear through the heart of the Tigers in overtime.

3. Alabama

Tuscaloosa, Ala. was the center of the SEC world on Saturday and nearly 102,000 people packed into Bryant-Denny Stadium to see their beloved Crimson Tide make pretty easy work of the Florida Gators. It was loud prior to kickoff, and got even louder after Blake Sims hit Kenyon Drake for an 87-yard touchdown on Alabama’s first offensive play of the game. It was a tough ask of the Gators, but they probably had a hard time getting “Sweet Home Alabama” out of its head on the flight back to Gainesville.

4. Kansas State

Manhattan, Kan., also known as the Little Apple, and the Kansas State Wildcats had its 15 seconds of fame on Thursday night as the No. 5 Auburn Tigers came calling. 53,046 Wildcat fans, some donning “Roll Snyd” shirts provided some headaches for the Tigers who struggled most all night on offense. K-State could not provide what its fans were hoping for on Harley Davidson Night at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, beating themselves in the 20-14 loss.

5. Nebraska

Miami vs. Nebraska. One of college football’s most classic matchups. The two teams hadn’t met during the regular season since 1976, and the Hurricanes were by far the most marquee opponent Nebraska had played thus far in 2014. 91,585 fans showed up, a new record for Memorial Stadium, and saw the Cornhukers beat Miami, 41-31. It was the 336 consecutive sell-out in Lincoln, a streak that dates back to Nov. 3, 1962. What a sight, too, after the Huskers first score when the Big Red releases all of those red balloons.