For the second time in school history, TCU will be hosting ESPN’s popular Saturday morning show College GameDay.
You ready, Fort Worth?— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) October 1, 2017
We're coming for @WVUfootball vs. @TCUFootball! pic.twitter.com/o0FuP9foXJ
Although they have been to Fort Worth (Sundance Square) as recently as 2015 for games at AT&T Stadium, they have not been in town for a TCU game since November 14, 2009, when #4 TCU blew out #16 Utah 55-28. Because Rece Davis and the rest of the crew are coming for a TCU game, I believe it will be hosted on campus and not in Sundance Square, but that is yet to be announced.
College GameDay’s last appearance at a TCU game was in 2014, when the #7 Horned Frogs traveled to Morgantown to face the #20 Mountaineers. Jaden Oberkrom was the hero that day as he knocked down a 37-yard field goal as time expired to defeat West Virginia 31-30.
In total, TCU is 5-0 in games when College GameDay has made an appearance. We’ll all be hoping that becomes 6-0 on Saturday.
P.S. All fans are strongly encouraged to make “Western Virginia” signs to show Mountaineer fans that we are all “geography experts.”
EVERYONE'S NEW FAVORITE GAME. WESTERN VIRGINIA BINGO. pic.twitter.com/DMvpV2Jnes— Geography Expert (@FrogsOWar) September 29, 2017
Also, if someone would like to make a giant sign of this^ people with Western Virginia signs will be able to play along.