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Watch Lee Corso's pick for Notre Dame vs Clemson

Lee Corso is known to get a little nutty with his picks on ESPN’s College Gameday.

He punctuates his picks each week by putting on the mascot headgear of the team he favors in a particular matchup. 69 more words

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Clemson and Notre Dame: the best signs from this week's College GameDay

College GameDay is at the rainy site of the Notre Dame and Clemson game in South Carolina today. Naturally, the fans of the home team took a lot of shots towards Notre Dame with the signs today. 213 more words

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Sloppy Body 2.0 did not disappoint on GameDay

You might remember the crazy Clemson fan from 2013¬†who got famous and was forever dubbed “Sloppy Body.” He was back on Saturday in Clemson and Sloppy Body 2.0 might be the best version yet! 117 more words


Kirk Herbstreit wants to see some fearless Tennessee coaching this week

Kirk Herbstreit took some time on this weekend’s College GameDay to call out Tennessee coach Butch Jones and his play calling. He wants to see some fearless coaching and not… 31 more words


College kid jumps into a pool of mud on 'College GameDay'

Hurricane Joaquin is flooding the state of South Carolina, and the campus of Clemson University is drenched. Massive crowds for College GameDay turned Bowman Field into a gigantic swamp, and one bold man decided to take off his shirt and dive face first into a few inches of mud on live TV. 28 more words


Shirtless Clemson Bro Dives Into Mud on College GameDay

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This is a shirtless gentleman diving face-first into some mud live on College GameDay.


Does he need a reason? The important thing is that he did it and you didn’t. 9 more words

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This Week's Best College GameDay Signs From Clemson

Hurricane Joaquin made things wet and wild for College GameDay on the campus of Clemson University. Students and fans were left scrambling for the nearest umbrella and rain poncho as they braved terrible conditions in what looked like a giant mud pit. 257 more words