You probably haven’t heard this yet, but WSU will be hosting College GameDay this week.
Typically, we use this space for some trivia about the upcoming opponent. This week, we’re going to make an exception. We all know the story Ol Crimson and the WSU flag flying at GameDay, but how well do you know the show?
Q1: What year did College GameDay debut?
Q2: Which school was the first to host GameDay?
Q3: Who are the four people to serve as full-time hosts of the show?
Q4: This will be WSU’s third appearance on GameDay, who were the Cougars’ opponents on the first two occasions?
Q5: Which school has hosted GameDay the most?
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