‘College GameDay’ could be coming to Boulder for the Rocky Mountain Showdown

ESPN’s “College GameDay” is a tradition that every school dreams of hosting. Via the program, the whole college football world sees your team and university.

The Colorado Buffaloes hosted Fox’s “Big Noon Kickoff” in Week 2 against the Nebraska Cornhuskers, and if Lee Corso and Kirk Herbstriet are to be believed, “College GameDay” will be in Boulder for next Saturday’s Rocky Mountain Showdown between Colorado and Colorado State.

At the end of “College GameDay” each week, the commentators reveal their picks for that day’s slate of games. Naturally, Colorado-Nebraska was a major talking point this week. Awful Announcing captured what seemed to be a strong indication that GameDay is coming to Boulder next week:

“College GameDay” hasn’t been to Boulder since the 1996 season when the No. 5 Buffaloes hosted the No. 11 Michigan Wolverines.

Colorado-CSU is set for an 8 p.m. MT kickoff on ESPN.

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