ESPN College GameDay is going back to the FBS after a visit to James Madison in Week 7.
"You ready, Happy Valley?" the show's Twitter account tweeted on Saturday afternoon.
Here is the history, guest picker prediction and more for Week 7 at Penn State.
Location: Penn State University – University Park, Penn.
Penn State hosted GameDay five times between 1997-2009 but none since, with their last visit coming on Sept. 26, 2009, when the Nittany Lions lost to Iowa, 21-10. This will be the second time they host Michigan on GameDay, with the first time coming on Nov. 8, 1997.
This is Penn State's 17th all-time GameDay appearance. They were most recently featured during last year's Big Ten Championship and are 6-10 in those games. Michigan, meanwhile, is making their 27th appearance, most recently last November at Ohio State. The Wolverines are 15-11.
Guest Picker Prediction
Penn State alum Keegan-Michael Key was guest picker for the 2016 Big Ten Championship, and because he was also guest picker for their Week 4 show in Times Square, there is no chance he'll get a third appearance in two years.
Here are some other options:
Franco Harris rushed for over 2,000 yards and 24 touchdowns in three seasons at Penn State (1969-71) before the Steelers selected him with the 13th pick in the 1972 draft.
Harris was a nine-time Pro Bowler, four-time Super Bowl champion and MVP of Super Bowl IX. He hasn't played in over 30 years but remains a household name.
Devon and Leah Still
Devon Still was a consensus First-Team All-American at Penn State as a senior in 2011 when he had 17 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks. A second-round pick of the Bengals in 2012, he played four NFL seasons.
His daughter Leah battled cancer for over a year before they announced in November 2015 that she was in remission.
An Oregon native, Ty Burrell earned his Master's in Fine Arts degree from Penn State, where he was classmates with Keegan-Michael Key.
The "Modern Family" actor isn't an A-list star but still widely known enough to be a popular pick.