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How to navigate ESPN’s College GameDay this Saturday

Didn’t wake up early enough for ESPN’s College GameDay at TCU? Here’s everything you missed

ESPN's College GameDay broadcast live from TCU's campus Saturday morning, and fans from across the country showed up in school colors. It was mostly a sea of purple, but West Virginians and other college fans turned out ready for kickoff. See the
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ESPN's College GameDay broadcast live from TCU's campus Saturday morning, and fans from across the country showed up in school colors. It was mostly a sea of purple, but West Virginians and other college fans turned out ready for kickoff. See the

ESPN’s “College GameDay” is coming to town on Saturday.

The popular pregame show will broadcast live from the TCU campus as it readies for the Frogs’ primetime matchup against No. 4 Ohio State later that night at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

On Saturday, the TCU Horned Frogs will take on the Ohio State Buckeyes in football for the first time since 1973. Here's what you should know before the upcoming match-up.

Here’s everything you need to know about it –

Air time: The show airs from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on ESPN.

Set: The show will air from the Campus Commons at the University Union, located between Brown-Lupton University Union and Scharbauer Hall. The show’s main stage will be in the center of Campus Commons facing Scharbauer Hall.

Attending the event: It’s free. Entrances North and South of the Campus Commons (near North and South Drive) as well as the entrance through the breezeway of the Brown-Lupton University Union will open at midnight (12 a.m.) on Saturday.

Parking: Fans can park in lots 3 and 4, or the LaDainian Tomlinson parking garage.

Signs: ESPN’s sign policies include – no vulgar signs; no .com signs; no political signs; and no religious signs.

Guest picker: ESPN announced Thursday that WWE superstar Roman Reigns would be the guest picker on the show. Reigns is a former college football player from Georgia Tech who played under his given name, “Joe Anoa’i.” Reigns and other WWE stars are in Texas for an event Friday in Edinburg.

 

Bag policy: TCU’s clear bag policy for games is in effect for fans entering the Campus Commons.

Don’t bring: Alcohol, tobacco and pets will not be allowed.

TCU coach Gary Patterson addressed the big-time Ohio State matchup after Friday's win over SMU. The Frogs coach doesn't think Urban Meyer's suspension is "an advantage."

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