For diehard college football fans, Saturday mornings in the fall are often consumed with College GameDay — ESPN’s long-running pregame show that visits different campuses each week throughout the regular season. And given how few Saturdays there are each season compared to the number of teams there are in college football, just about every fanbase sees it as a treat when their school is chosen to host the show.
Pittsburgh and West Virginia fans already received good news earlier in July when College GameDay announced it would make a special Thursday stop to Pittsburgh on Sept. 1 ahead of the first playing of the Backyard Brawl since 2011.
As for the rest of the year? Aside from annual locks that are the Army-Navy Game in mid-December, and then both the playoff semifinals and the national title game, the rest of GameDay’s itinerary remains in flux as the season unfolds.
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As we sit roughly a month out from the 2022 college football season, here is our prediction for where GameDay will go each Saturday, starting with Week 1 (Sept. 3) and ending with the conference championship games (Dec. 3). These predictions are largely based on preseason expectations while acknowledging that at least a few surprise teams are bound to emerge while others may drastically underwhelm.