ESPN College GameDay to Honor Military from Flight Deck of USS San Diego
ESPN's College GameDay is known for showcasing wars on the gridiron, but this Saturday, Lee Corso and the crew will feature true war heroes.
The GameDay crew will be aboard USS San Diego rather than a college campus, and quite frankly, that's awesome.
The show will feature an audience of service men and women, along with their families, from the Naval Base San Diego and nearby Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.
A decorated Afghanistan war veteran, Clemson walk-on wide receiver Daniel Rodriguez, will have a feature with Tom Rinaldi on the show, and that's sure to fire up the crowd gathered on the ship.
Host Chris Fowler tweeted a picture of the USS San Diego, and college campuses don't have anything on this platform.
Obviously, anytime something is done for the troops, it's an admirable thing, but it's especially befitting for ESPN to do it this week when so many great games are to be played.
With Kansas State facing a potential upset against TCU, and Texas A&M battling No. 1 Alabama, it had to have been tempting for the crew to schedule College GameDay at one of those locations.
However, ESPN made the right choice.
There's not an easier choice to be made than by honoring those who serve us in war, putting their lives on the line for their country.
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