ESPN's College Gameday Coming to Mizzou for Homecoming
The University of Missouri is pleased to announce that ESPN’s College GameDay show is coming to the Mizzou campus for the first time ever this week, in conjunction with Mizzou’s Homecoming game against Oklahoma.
Many details will follow throughout the week, but Tiger fans of all ages are encouraged to come show their support for the show during their stay in town.
MU officials are working with ESPN on location details, which will be announced as soon as they’re available. The show will run from Mizzou on Friday from approximately Noon to 2 p.m., as well as the Saturday show which runs from 8-11 a.m. Fans are invited to come out to the activities on both days.
The new Associated Press Rankings released on Saturday have Missouri 18th and Oklahoma 3rd in the nation.
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