ESPN’s College GameDay is underway on conference championship weekend.
While there are several huge games on today’s schedule, it’ll be tough to top the scene from Lee Corso’s backyard on Saturday morning.
The longtime college football analyst has been doing his College GameDay shows from home this year due to the pandemic. Each week, Corso does the College GameDay broadcast from his backyard. This week’s backyard setup is especially cool.
Corso has his own “winter wonderland” setup in his backyard. His grandkids are reportedly back, too, making the setup as genuine as possible.
Check it out:
— bill hofheimer (@bhofheimer_espn) December 19, 2020
That’s pretty awesome.
College football fans are loving it.
“Lee Corso’s backyard setup during this season of College GameDay has been THE BEST!!!! He’s got a Christmas wonderland in his Florida backyard today!” one fan wrote.
“Very festive setup by Coach Lee Corso. Someone is definitely ready for the holidays,” another fan added.
“I’d love to have Christmas in Lee Corso’s backyard. The holiday is ALIVE there and I want in,” one fan wrote.
ESPN’s College GameDay airs from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. E.T. The first conference championship game kicks off at noon E.T. between No. 4 Ohio State and No. 14 Northwestern. That game will air on FOX.