Some reports indicated the show was actually headed to Ann Arbor to cover the Ohio State-Michigan battle, suggesting Fowler had made a mistake, confusing the hometowns of Michigan's two Big Ten programs, which seemed unlikely.
Other sources suggested College GameDay would actually have a crew covering both games on the Michigan State and Michigan campuses, something GameDay had never done before.
Fight On State contacted ESPN on Monday and according to a source there, the College GameDay crew will in fact be in East Lansing, Mich., for the game between the Lions and Spartans.
As for the reasoning behind the trip, the ESPN source explained, "The PSU-MSU game is the only game this weekend where a BCS bid can be clinched. The [GameDay] producers felt this was very important to the national college football picture and BCS."
The lastest BCS ranking released on Monday have Penn State at No. 4, moving up from the No. 5 position last week past Alabama who's undefeated season ended at the hands of LSU.
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