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Top 15 College Campuses With the Most "Gameday" Visits

For diehard college football fans, there is nothing better than waking up early on a Saturday and getting pumped for a full day of football that usually lasts until after midnight on the East coast. To start the day, ESPN is usually the place to turn, as they are home to the premier college football preview show, College GameDay.

The lineup on College GameDay has changed over the years, but Lee Corso and Kirk Herbstreit are still there, and so are the famous predictions. Since 1993, College GameDay has been on the road, and live from the location of one of the week’s biggest games. While there have been some small-time matchups that were featured, there have been plenty of blockbuster games with raucous fans behind the stage.

But which campuses have been host to the most visits from College GameDay? There aren’t too many surprises on the list, but maybe some names that you may have forgotten about. Here are the 15 (well, 17) campuses that have hosted the most College GameDay broadcasts for ESPN.

15 T15 - Nebraska/Texas/Miami - 6

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14 T13 - Oklahoma - 7

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13 T13 - South Carolina - 7

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12 T9. Auburn - 8

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11 T9. Tennessee - 8

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10 T9 - Michigan State - 8

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9 T9.  Notre Dame - 8

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8 8. Oregon - 9

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7 T5 - Michigan - 10 

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6 T5. USC - 10

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5 T5. LSU - 10 

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4 T3. Florida State - 11 

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3 T3. Alabama - 11 

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2 2. Florida - 12

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1 1. Ohio State - 13

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Ohio State is right behind Florida in terms of College GameDay appearances, with a total of 33, good for second all-time. However, Ohio State holds the edge of Florida in home appearances, with an impressive 13 visits. Interestingly enough, despite all of their success, Ohio State has been featured on the road as of late (2014 at Michigan State, 2013 in the Big Ten Championship and 2013 at Northwestern). 2010 was the last time that Columbus hosted a College GameDay, and it resulted in a Buckeyes romp over unranked Penn State, 38-14.

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