ESPN’s “College Gameday”, the long-time running college football pregame show, will be in Columbus on Nov. 26 for No. 2 Ohio State versus No. 3 Michigan. The rivalry week edition of College Gameday will air for five hours instead of the usual three-hour programming, from 7 a.m. to noon.
The four-man panel of Desmond Howard, Rece Davis, Kirk Herbstreit and Lee Corso are returning to OSU for the first time since Nov. 21, 2015 for the OSU-Michigan State game. Last year, the show was broadcasted from The Oval.
“College Gameday” was last at a Buckeye game on Oct. 15 in Madison, Wisconsin, where Corso picked the Buckeyes and donned the Brutus headgear.
OSU and Michigan kick off at noon. It’s likely to be the highest ranked matchup in The Game since 2006 when OSU was No. 1 and Michigan was No. 2.