landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.
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Just wondering how early I'd have to arrive to get a good spot for College GameDay. Also is it only students near the front of the crowd or can anyone go up there?
Next week College Gameday will be at Delaware State @ NDSU, a game that is only being shown on ESPN3. Does anyone know why this would be? It seems like a strange selection to me. It doesn't look like there are many big matchups next week, but there is Utah @ BYU, Tennessee @ Florida, and MSU @ ND.
I stopped by College Gameday with my camera to snagged a few photos. For a full-size view, right click and press "view image". For your viewing pleasure, enjoy:
"Win one for the chicken!"
Well, yes technically, if you're Indiana
Or for four easy payments of $57,117 at Notre Dame
This man ruined the surprise for everyone.
More photos are on my Facebook page, where I'm also working on a new album called "Ann Arbor in the Moonlight." Likes are always appreciated. No really, like my page. You can find it here:
I have two quick questions about College Gameday. I'm a sophomore, and therefore was not here when College Gameday was in town for the 1st UTL game. Can anyone that went tell me how early you showed up, and how good your spot in the crowd was? Is it worth being there if you show up at, say, 8AM and you're behind a massive amount of people?
Also, would my cowbell be confiscated if I were to bring it? Anyone with past college gameday expirience is welcome to share their expiriences.
College Gameday is at the Red River Shootout this week. Coming up after the next break they'll be talking about Michigan.
The early games are mostly lame except for the main game:
- Oklahoma-Texas (ABC)
- Minnesota at Purdue (ESPN)
- Louisville at North Carolina (ESPN2)
- Maryland at Georgia Tech (ESPNU)
- Illinois at Indiana (BTN 2:30, so kind of a late afternoon game)
College Gameday is in Madison for the Nebraska-Wisconsin game. They just made their Big Ten picks (I think all were unanimous):
- Ohio State over Michigan State
- Penn State over Indiana
- Illinois over Northwestern
- Notre Dame over Purdue
- Desmond says Michigan has a surprise.... (they win big!)
They're obviously saving the Neb-Wisc pick for the end of the show. If I made a mistake on any of those picks, let me know. I'm not paying 100% attention to it.