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ESPN College Gameday
Need to pay off your student loan? Get to work on that clever sign, get on a bus to the next College Gameday location and let the Internet do the rest.
The College GameDay season kicked off today with the return of college football, and with it came the usual sampling of highly creative signs. You can check out the full arsenal over at Busted Coverage, but we wanted to bring you a few of the best that the Alabama and Michigan fans (well, mostly Alabama) have delighted us with over in Dallas. Including, of course, one glee-filled fan who simply informs us of his race. And yes, we’re happy that college football is back too. Hit the jump for the slideshow.
Tonight at 7pm, one of sport’s most storied rivalries will take center stage, as Duke and North Carolina will battle for the ACC regular season title in Cameron Indoor Stadium. As such, ESPN’s College GameDay is coming live to you from Cameron — and the Crazies are making their presence felt already. Video, after the jump.
One of the better pregame shows on television is ESPN’s College GameDay, and one of the better aspects of College GameDay is scanning the background for entertaining fan-made signs. After the cut, we review this weekend’s best.
ESPN’s College GameDay is known for the entertaining signs its college-aged audience holds up in the background of its telecasts (we sometimes do a feature highlighting the week’s best). But ESPN, ever vigilant of undergrad troublemakers, usually checks these signs for obscenity before they get on TV, employing local police officers to help out.
Welp, those officers are apparently still waking up.
One of the better pregame shows on television is ESPN’s College GameDay, and one of the better aspects of College GameDay is scanning the background for entertaining fan-made signs. For those of you who were still sleeping on Saturday morning, or otherwise missed this week’s batch of signs, we’ve decided to round up the five best for you. This week, GameDay visited Eugene ahead of Oregon’s matchup with Arizona State. As always, all images provided by Mocksession.
Here’s four-year-old Oregon Ducks fan Braden Pape singing “Comin’ to Your City,” ESPN College GameDay’s theme song by country music duo Big & Rich. Like every football theme song ever, “Comin’ to Your City” is a twangy mess of cowboys and team references, but kudos to Braden Pape for having the level of college football dedication required to memorize the words. Our only qualm: they didn’t let him do the Cowboy Troy part.