Chris Fowler, host of ESPN television's "College GameDay" program, said next Saturday's Stanford-WSU game – homecoming in Pullman – is under consideration for next week's show.
"It's been spotted on the potential list of ‘GameDay' sites for next week," Fowler said on Saturday's telecast from the Oklahoma-Texas game in Dallas.
Lee Corso, Fowler's colorful sidekick, could be heard muttering, "No, no, no" after Fowler made his comment.
"I didn't say at the top of the list," Fowler replied.
"No, no, no," Corso repeated.
A CF.C and WSU tradition, born in 2003 on the message boards of Cougfan.com and one that continues to this day, involves a Cougfan waving the Cougars flag, 'Ol Crimson, during "GameDay" telecasts. "GameDay" has never come to Pullman, with the movement's credo since Day 1: If GameDay won't come to Pullman, Pullman will come to GameDay.
Stanford, featuring top Heisman Trophy candidate Andrew Luck at quarterback, is 4-0 and ranked seventh. The Cougars, with their eyes on a bowl game, are 3-1 and have one of the most prolific offenses in college football.
Is College GameDay finally coming to Pullman?
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