Found September 12, 2013 on No 2 Minute Warning:
You know it is a big game when ESPN rolls their college football pregame in to town. ESPN’s signature show has set up shop in College Station, Texas for this weekend’s highly anticipated match-up with Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel and Texas A&M hosting the two-time defending BCS champion and top-ranked Alabama in a huge SEC West battle. But where will they be next week? Nobody seems to know outside of the tight-lipped GameDay crew. Next Saturday @CollegeGameDay is headed off the grid. Not a traditional hotspot. We’ll announce it Saturday. Any guesses? — Chris Fowler (@cbfowler) September 12, 2013 So GameDay is heading “off the grid,” according to Chris Fowler, the show’s host. A quick glance at the football schedule shows there are not a whole lot of attractive options. Fowler has already suggested Provo, Utah is not exactly off the grid as far as GameDay is concerned. That likely means BYU’s home game against rival Utah is out of the running, although GameDay has only vi...
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