ESPN College GameDay is visiting Baton Rouge in Week 10 for LSU's massive showdown vs. Alabama. Where will GameDay go in Week 11?
Through 10 weeks of the 2018 season, ESPN's flagship program has broadcasted from games in four different conferences (and one independent). Could they pick a new conference in Week 11?
Here are the top seven options for GameDay in Week 11:
Navy at UCF
Navy has five GameDay appearances in the last six years, including in four straight years, but UCF hasn't appeared since 2005 and has never hosted.
While it's not a premier game, it'd be a high-energy broadcast given the Knights' anger and often criticism from ESPN analysts, including Kirk Herbstreit.
Troy at Georgia Southern
How 'bout a trip to Statesboro, Ga., where Chad Lunsford has Georgia Southern rolling toward a Sun Belt title shot.
Lunsford, a National Coach of the Year candidate, and the Eagles host East Division foe Troy in one of the biggest games in program history.
GameDay has never visited Georgia Southern or any other Sun Belt team.
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Auburn at Georgia
If Auburn wasn't a three-loss team with no playoff shot, this game might be the favorite, which would make three straight SEC broadcasts. Instead, it's a second-tier game expected to be one-sided.
Georgia hasn't hosted since 2013 and this is their biggest home game of the season. If the Bulldogs lose at Kentucky in Week 11, this game has no chance. If they win, who knows, ESPN might stay in the SEC.
Mississippi State at Alabama
Would Alabama be featured two weeks in a row?
GameDay is visiting Baton Rouge for Bama-LSU in Week 10 and rarely gives consecutive appearances to teams. However, with the Iron Bowl looking less meaningful each week, this might be Alabama's best chance to host for the first time in over two years.
It depends how badly ESPN wants to please the Tide faithful.
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Oklahoma State at Oklahoma
After Oklahoma State's upset of Texas, this game has a lot more juice than it did a couple weeks ago.
Surprisingly, Oklahoma hasn't hosted GameDay since 2012 — though they've been the road team and a neutral-site team since, including in Week 6 at the Cotton Bowl — and they haven't hosted GameDay for an Oklahoma State game since 2003.
Baylor at Iowa State
It's highly unlikely GameDay passes on Norman for Ames. However, they've never visited Iowa State, where Herbstreit said he'd "love to go," and it's a good week for an outside-the-box game.
Iowa State is only one-half game back of Texas, Oklahoma and West Virginia in the Big 12 race, has been rolling since starting 1-3 and has one of the most underrated gameday atmospheres in college football.
Don't bet on it, but this could be a fun option.
Clemson at Boston College
Boston College has hosted GameDay twice, most recently in 2009 when they beat Florida State in Chestnut Hill.
If the Eagles beat Virginia in Blacksburg this weekend, their Week 11 game vs. Clemson could be for the ACC Atlantic title. It's not the sexiest matchup but still a good one worthy of consideration (and one that ESPN could push an upset narrative with).
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