ESPN’s College GameDay will go to Columbus, Ohio in Week 13 for the Big Ten East showdown between undefeated Ohio State and one-loss Penn State. Both schools are alive in the College Football Playoff race with the Buckeyes ranked No. 2 in the latest CFP rankings.
College GameDay was last in Columbus last season for a game between No. 4 Michigan and No. 10 Ohio State. The show has gone to Ohio State in each of the last four seasons, including twice in 2017.
The announcement was made on the show’s Twitter account.
IT’S YOUR TURN, COLUMBUS!
— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) November 17, 2019
Here’s where College GameDay has been this season:
Week 0: Orlando, FL (Florida-Miami)
Week 1: Clemson, SC (Clemson-Georgia Tech)
Week 1: Arlington, TX (Oregon-Auburn)
Week 2: Austin, TX (Texas-LSU)
Week 3: Ames, IA (Iowa State-Iowa)
Week 4: Athens, GA (Georgia-Notre Dame)
Week 5: Lincoln, NE (Nebraska-Ohio State)
Week 6: Gainesville, FL (Florida-Auburn)
Week 7: Baton Rouge, LA (LSU-Florida)
Week 8: State College, PA (Penn State-Michigan)
Week 9: Brookings, SD (South Dakota State-North Dakota State)
Week 10: Memphis, TN (Memphis-SMU)
Week 11: Tuscaloosa, AL (Alabama-LSU)
Week 12: Waco, TX (Baylor-Oklahoma)