Who is GameDay guest picker this week?
‘College GameDay’ schedule on ESPN
|1||No. 5 Georgia vs. No. 3 Clemson||Kane Brown|
|2||No. 10 Iowa at No. 9 Iowa State||Ashton Kutcher|
|3||No. 22 Auburn at No. 10 Penn State||Saquon Barkley|
|4||No. 12 Notre Dame vs. No. 18 Wisconsin||Danica Patrick|
Who is the guest picker on College GameDay?
College GameDay will broadcast this week from the Ohio State-Michigan game, which is set for noon ET on Saturday on FOX, and the popular pregame show on ESPN has announced its guest picker. Sebastian Maniscalco, a comedian and actor, will be on set starting at 11:30 a.m. ET from Ann Arbor, Michigan.
What is a guest picker?
One of the iconic moments of the weekly national college football pre-game show is the guest picker who is typically a celebrity or quasi-famous person with ties to the host university.
Who was the first celebrity guest picker on College GameDay?
12, 2009, Ohio State legend Santonio Holmes, then with the Pittsburgh Steelers, became the first celebrity guest picker during a “GameDay” broadcast live from Columbus.
Who is the guest picker on College GameDay Week 11?
In a surprising turn of events, it was Katy Perry (via Ole Miss’ Twitter account) who announced the “GameDay” guest picker for Week 11: Rebels coach Lane Kiffin.
Where did Katy Perry go to college?
Santa Barbara City College
Dos Pueblos High SchoolMusic Academy Of The West
Is Katy Perry an Ole Miss fan?
As Perry mentioned in her first appearance on “GameDay,” her manager Bradford Cobb — who received a bachelor’s degree in English from the university in 1996 — is an Ole Miss alum. Perry claimed to have been invited to Cobb for 10 years when she finally made good on the offer in 2014.
Why is Katy Perry an Ole Miss fan?
What is Katy Perry’s Ole Miss connection? As Perry mentioned in her first appearance on “GameDay,” her manager Bradford Cobb — who received a bachelor’s degree in English from the university in 1996 — is an Ole Miss alum.
How often is Lee Corso right?
Corso is 65.79% accurate all-time with his headgear picks, going 250-130. The SEC Championship will be his 381st all-time headgear pick.