Where will ESPN College GameDay go in Week 6?
Through the first five weeks of college football season, College GameDay has broadcasted from four different conferences and one independent. Will ESPN visit a fifth different conference in Week 6?
Here potential options for College GameDay in Week 6, ranked.
1. Notre Dame at Virginia Tech
Virginia Tech is the heavy favorite to land GameDay in Week 6 — if the Hokies beat Old Dominion in Week 4.
Update: Virginia Tech is not hosting GameDay.
The Hokies have hosted GameDay seven times, including most recently in 2017 (vs. Clemson). It would be the first time Notre Dame made two appearances in one season since 2015 (at Clemson, at Temple), and it'd be the first GameDay matchup between the two teams.
2. Auburn at Mississippi State
Auburn's Week 3 loss to LSU hurt this game's potential. Still, if Auburn (vs. Arkansas) and Mississippi State (at Kentucky) both win in Week 4, this is still a gigantic matchup in the SEC West.
Mississippi State has hosted GameDay once: vs. Auburn in 2014.
3. Texas vs. Oklahoma
ESPN picked a neutral-site game in Week 3 (Ohio State vs. TCU in Arlington, Texas), so they could do it again in Week 6 at the Cotton Bowl.
Don't bet on it; this would be a dumb decision. College GameDay belongs on campuses.