This past weekend, ESPN College GameDay, the popular pregame show on college football Saturdays, was at South Bend, Ind. for the huge Notre Dame vs. Ohio State game. This was the second year in a row in which the crew of Rece Davis, Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard, and Pat McAfee were at the site of the Fighting Irish-Buckeyes game. On Saturday night, Ohio State beat Notre Dame 17-14 with a walk-off touchdown run by Chip Trayanum.
Week 5 won't feature as stacked of a lineup, but still features some big games, like USC taking on Colorado, and Utah facing Oregon State. So, where will the ESPN College GameDay crew be on the morning of Sept. 30.
College GameDay Week 5 location
Duke has never hosted a College GameDay for football, but the Blue Devils have been rolling, led by quarterback Riley Leonard. In Week 4, Duke defeated the UConn Huskies 41-7.
College GameDay Week 5 schedule and TV
As is the case every week, College GameDay will begin at 9:00 a.m. ET and conclude around noon ET when the final predictions are made.
Fans can watch College GameDay through their cable or satellite provider on ESPN and ESPNU. Cable and satellite subscribers can use their account information to stream the show on the ESPN app. FuboTV is a streaming option that carries ESPN, and you can sign up for a free trial at this link.
College GameDay Week 5 guest picker
Actor, comedian, and physician Ken Jeong will be the celebrity guest picker for Week 5. Jeong is an alumni of Duke University.
Here are the guest pickers thus far for the 2023 season:
- Week 1: Darius Rucker (Charlotte, UNC-SC)
- Week 2: Joe Namath (Alabama)
- Week 3: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson (Colorado)
- Week 4: Vince Vaughn (Notre Dame)