For the 10th time in the show's history, ESPN's College GameDay will set up shop outside of Doak Campbell Stadium on the Florida State University campus in Tallahassee, Fla., per College GameDay and ESPN Stats & Info on Twitter:
10th time GameDay has been to Tallahassee. Only cities with more reg season appearances are Columbus (13), Ann Arbor (11), Gainesville (11)— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 30, 2013
Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Lee Corso and the rest of the GameDay crew will preview what's in store for college football fans in Week 10 and get viewers set for Saturday night's marquee ACC clash between unbeaten rivals Miami (FL) and Florida State.
The Hurricanes and Seminoles are a combined 14-0 coming into the weekend and rank inside the top 10 in the current BCS standings.
With so much on the line, you can anticipate a raucous crowd to welcome ESPN's talking heads.
Date: Saturday, November 2, 2013
Where: Tallahassee, Fla.
Coverage: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. ET
Live Stream: ESPN3
With half of the BCS top 10 idle this weekend, the GameDay crew will obviously spend plenty of time breaking down Saturday's lone top-10 matchup between the 'Canes and 'Noles. Heisman Trophy candidate Jameis Winston is sure to be discussed as well as Miami's resurgence under Al Golden.
But there are several other notable games upcoming in Week 10 that Corso and company will preview and predict.
No. 21 Michigan vs. No. 22 Michigan State highlights the best matchup the Big Ten has to offer this weekend while No. 15 Texas Tech vs. No. 18 Oklahoma State is sure to provide entertainment as well. The guys on set will definitely be debating these top-25 clashes on Saturday morning.
If you're looking for predictions for these games, be sure to tune in just before noon as the crew makes its weekly game picks.
There'll also be plenty of chatter about the teams at the top. Although Alabama and Oregon are both on a bye in Week 10, the two national championship front-runners will be discussed. After all, the Ducks have a massive meeting coming up Thursday against Stanford in Palo Alto while the Tide will host rival LSU next Saturday, per Chris Fowler on Twitter:
How big a favorite you think Baylor will be over OU? And Oregon over Stanford? We'll tell you on @CollegeGameDay— Chris Fowler (@cbfowler) November 2, 2013
The crew will also preview Baylor's upcoming conference tilt against Oklahoma on Thursday along with Ohio State's Saturday afternoon showdown with Purdue.
Of course there are sure to be some intriguing on-set interviews and prerecorded segments that will provide viewers with a behind-the-scenes look at the biggest storylines in college football. Expect a majority of those pieces to center on the colossal matchup between Miami and Florida State.
Analyst David Pollack will also answer viewer questions during the show, per College GameDay on Twitter:
Any questions left unanswered by the former Georgia linebacker will likely be tackled over the course of the three-hour show. But if college football talk doesn't interest you, no need to worry. The clever signs hovering above the crowd and the constant buzz generated by those in attendance are sure to entertain.
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