ESPN announces Week 13 ‘College GameDay’ location

Michigan football and Ohio State are set to meet in a battle of undefeated teams on Saturday after both teams hung on against inferior opponents. In the final week of the regular season, there are plenty of options for the flagship pregame show, ESPN’s “College GameDay,” to go, but is it a no-brainer the program will end up in Columbus?

Given that both teams are 11-0, it seemed likely, and now it’s certain.

ESPN announced late Saturday evening that Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard, Rece Davis, Lee Corso and Pat McAfee will head to the Horseshoe for the latest iteration of The Game.

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“College GameDay” was on hand last year when Michigan football took down OSU, 42-27, and it was also in Columbus each of the last two times the archrivals met there.

It will mark the first time all year Michigan will play a game with the flagship ESPN show on hand, though four straight games early in the season had Fox’s “Big Noon Kickoff” in attendance.

The latter is a certainty, as well, since Fox will carry the game at noon.

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Story originally appeared on Wolverines Wire