ESPN's College GameDay Hits the Big 150
Chris Fowler, Lee Corso, and Kirk Herbstreit by Ed Winters/ESPN
Break out the Spirit Meter and don the head of your school's mascot, because ESPN's
celebrates its 150th remote edition tomorrow (Saturday, Nov. 10, at 10 am/ET).
will be broadcasting from Williamstown, Massachusetts, where Williams College hosts Amherst College in a New England Small College Athletic Conference rivalry. It's the first time the college-football traveling "studio" show will broadcast from a Division III school.
"We're always looking for unique sites," says ESPN spokesman Mike Humes. "We go to sites with compelling storylines, and this rivalry is one of the best." Saturday's game marks the 122nd time the two schools have met on the football field.
Remote editions of
began on Nov. 13, 1993, in South Bend, Indiana, when No. 1 Florida State visited No. 2 Notre Dame. The Fighting Irish defeated the Seminoles 31-24. The University of Florida has been the most prolific
school, with 23 appearances as either the home or visiting team.
- Reporting by Rob Moynihan