What do Alabama and Ohio State have in common?
Each have hosted ESPN College GameDay a whopping 16 times.
Now what do Florida A&M and Bowling Green have in common?
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Aside from a penchant for the color orange, both have hosted the sport's best pregame show despite playing in relatively small conferences.
Here are seven outside-the-box locations that have hosted ESPN College GameDay throughout the years, including a D3 program.
Believe it or not, ESPN College GameDay traveled to D3 school Williams in Willimastown, Massachusetts on November 10, 2007 for the school's matchup against Amherst.
This showdown also featured the best matchup of nicknames in college football history: The Ephs versus the Lord Jeffs.
While Army has been featured on the show five times over the years, typically when it faces Navy, it hosted the gang in 2003 during a home contests versu South Florida.
Harvard hosted the show for its first and only time during the 2014 rendition of The Game against Yale.
Time to hit the way-back machine when GameDay visiting the #23 Falcons for its massive MAC tilt against #12 Northern Illinois.
When the crew visited James Madison in 2015, Corso donned one of his most ridiculous outfits in the show's history (and that's saying a lot).
Still the only MEAC squad to have ESPN come riding into town, the Rattlers had a chance to show off before its matchup with Hampton.
This also has to be the silliest headgear donned by the former Indiana head coach.
North Dakota State
A program so dominate and fans so passionate that GameDay has visited Fargo twice now, which makes it the only FCS school to host Lee Corso's antics on multiple occasions.