5 Creative Ways to Spice Up ESPN's College GameDay

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5 Creative Ways to Spice Up ESPN's College GameDay
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ESPN's College GameDay is the signature show of its kind. Nothing else compares to the comprehensiveness, allure, flair and buzz of this 26-year-old staple of college football preview content.

But that doesn't mean the old broad couldn't use a little makeover.

GameDay's last major update came in 1993 when it snuck out of the ESPN studios in Bristol, Conn., and temporary set up shop on the campus of Notre Dame, the site for a No. 1-vs.-No. 2 matchup between the Fighting Irish and Florida State.

That outward venture was a rousing success, and now pretty much every week of the college season involves Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard and Lee Corso turning a piece of a college campus into a madhouse of signs, cheers, chants and big-game anticipation.

The formula, though has become just that: formulaic. It's pretty much the same each week, and even though that works, it can always get better.

To that end, here's our suggestions for some creative ways to spice up College GameDay.

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