ESPN Gameday Information for Saturday’s Big Ten Championship in Indianapolis

by Kent Sterling

Will Lee Corso don the Sparty headgear or Brutus?  You can cheer from the pit as you find out.

Will Lee Corso don the Sparty headgear or Brutus? You can cheer from the pit as America finds out.

All college football fans love ESPN College Football Gameday, and this Saturday it comes to Pan Am Plaza in downtown Indianapolis prior to the Big Ten Championship Game.

This is Gameday’s first trip to Indy, so if you have a particularly clever sign idea, now is your chance to get it on TV.

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Some of the best signs are simple statements of fact, so clever is sometimes wasted.

Direct from ESPN – here is some information you will find helpful if you plan on attending:

Fans can enter the “pit” beginning at 7 a.m. Fans are only allowed to bring a sign in that area. No bags, backpacks, etc. are allowed in the “pit” area. Once the pit is filled, fans can fill in around the ESPN College GameDay set on Pan Am Plaza.

Dear Media Members –

Greetings and welcome to the final regular-season show of ESPN College GameDay Built by The Home Depot. The three-hour show of news and analysis will air live from Pan Am Plaza in Indianapolis on Saturday, Dec. 7, at 9 a.m. ET, in advance of the Big Ten Championship between No. 2 Ohio State and No. 10 Michigan State.

College GameDay visits the Big Ten Championship for the first time, but marks the eighth conference championship game GameDay has attended (five SEC, two Big 12). Corso is 4-3 in conference championship headgear picks, winning his last three.

Hosted by Chris Fowler, GameDay features analysts Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard and David Pollack with reporting by Samantha Ponder, Tom Rinaldi, Scott Van Pelt and Gene Wojciechowski.

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