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Where is ‘College GameDay’ this week? Location, schedule, guest picker for week 6 on ESPN



“College GameDay” will take the neutral site route for the fourth time in seven weeks of college football action on Saturday, this time heading to the Cotton Bowl in Dallas to see a preview of the Red River Showdown between No. 6 from Oklahoma and No. 21 from Texas. .

Rece Davis, Kirk Herbstreit, Lee Corso, Desmond Howard, David Pollack and Co. will advance only their second game with a Big 12 team this season, and the first meeting of the conference. Saturday’s game between the Sooners and Longhorns takes on even greater interest in 2021, considering this could be the last time they meet as opponents of the Big 12. The teams are scheduled to join the SEC in 2025, though they may be able to jump ship as soon as next season.

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Either way, the loser of Saturday’s game could be left out of the college football playoffs image. That’s true even for undefeated Oklahoma, which has been seen as the weakest team in the top 10 in college football all season, battling for single-possession victories in all but one game, a 76-0 win. about Western Carolina. The other teams they’ve beaten – Tulane, Nebraska, West Virginia, and Kansas State – haven’t looked like the best in the world either.

Texas is also in win mode or otherwise, although the 4-1 Longhorns hold the record to match their need to finish without further losses. They have played better overall in Steve Sarkisian’s first season in Texas than their Crimson rivals, but they lost poorly to Arkansas in Week 2. The road to the Playoffs is simple for the Longhorns: win, and (possibly) be in Lose, and they only have the Big 12 championship left to play for, which clearly doesn’t interest them, considering their recent SEC defection.

Here’s everything you need to know as “College GameDay” comes to Dallas to preview the game:

PLUS: See Texas vs. Oklahoma Live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)

Where is the ‘College GameDay’ location for week 5?

  • Location: Dallas
  • Match: No. 6 Oklahoma vs. No. 21 Texas

This will be the seventh time “College GameDay” has visited Dallas for the Red River Showdown, and the first since 2018; the Sooners and Longhorns have been qualified for all previous meetings, splitting the series 3-3.

Oklahoma has been the top-ranked team at all but one Red River Showdown that received the “GameDay” treatment, with a 3-2 record. His two losses came in 2008 and ’18. Texas won its only game as the top-ranked team in 2009, when the third-ranked Longhorns beat the 20th Sooners 16-13.

Overall, the margin of victory in this series has been 14.3 points when it is the featured matchup for “GameDay,” though that average is heavily influenced by No. 3 Oklahoma’s 55-17 victory over No. 11 Texas. in 2011. Taking that game out of the series, the margin of victory drops to 9.6 points per game.

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‘College GameDay’ schedule on ESPN

  • Television channel: ESPN
  • Start time: 9 am ET

Davis, Herbstreit, Howard and Pollack will preview Week 6 action live from the Cotton Bowl in Dallas beginning at 9 a.m. ET. The game will be broadcast on ABC, with the kick-off scheduled for noon ET.

“GameDay” has a few ranked games to choose from for Week 7, although each of them involves at least one team that will already have appeared at that point in the season. Those games are No. 12 State of Oklahoma vs. No. 12 Texas in Austin, No. 18 Auburn vs. No. 12 Arkansas in Fayetteville and No. 16 Kentucky vs. No. 2 Georgia in Athens.

Other potential options include cross-division rivalry between No. 20 Florida and LSU, the “Manning Bowl” between No. 17 Ole Miss and Tennessee and a showdown of future Big 12 conference opponents at No. 15 BYU and 4-1 Baylor.

WeekMatchLocationGuest selectorCorso helmetGet out
0Alcorn Status vs. NCCUAtlantaEddie georgeBravesNICU 23, Alcorn State 14
1No. 5 Georgia vs. No. 3 ClemsonCharlotte, NCKane brownBulldogsGeorgia 10, Clemson 3
2No. 10 Iowa at No. 9 Iowa StateAmes, IowaAshton KutcherHawkeyesIowa 27, Iowa State 17
3No. 22 Auburn at No. 10 Penn StateUniversity Park, Pennsylvania.Saquon barkleyNittany LionsPenn State 28, Chestnut 20
4No. 12 Notre Dame vs. No. 18 WisconsinChicagoDanica patrickFight the IrishNotre Dame 41, Wisconsin 13
5No. 8 Arkansas at No. 2 GeorgiaAthens, Ga.Harris EnglishBulldogsGeorgia 37, Arkansas 0
6No. 6 Oklahoma vs. No. 21 TexasDallasTBDTBDTBD

MORE: Arkansas’ Sam Pittman Continues Razorbacks Program’s Remarkable Turnaround

Who is the Guest Selector on ‘College GameDay’ for Week 5?

“GameDay” has yet to announce its selection of celebrity guests for week 6.




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