FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: November 19, 2010 at 6:12 pm •  Published: November 19, 2010
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There is a good chance ESPN's College GameDay could be in Stillwater for next Saturday's Bedlam football game between Oklahoma State and Oklahoma.

Earlier this week, GameDay host Chris Fowler hinted via Twitter the traveling college football show could put up shop near Boone Pickens Stadium.

“Aggie Nation, we love you and Kyle Field. nothing personal. If game decided the South title, we'd be there. G'day will visit again,” Fowler tweeted.

Fowler was referencing disappointment from Texas A&M fans that GameDay wouldn't be in College Station for A&M vs. Nebraska this weekend.

Here's a look at other games that could lure ESPN away from Stillwater:

* Michigan at No. 9 Ohio State: GameDay was just in Columbus, Ohio, last week. They won't likely make the return trip.

* No. 5 LSU at No. 13 Arkansas: GameDay doesn't typically go to games televised by CBS, like this one.

* Notre Dame at USC: Another ABC televised game, but this isn't anywhere near the marquee game it used to be.

* No. 17 South Carolina at Clemson: Not much on the line in the Battle of the Palmetto State. South Carolina has already wrapped up the SEC East title.

There are also a couple solid games on Friday of next week, but ESPN typically sends the GameDay crew to a Saturday-game site.

Oklahoma State officials said they haven't heard from ESPN, but they also noted that in the past they haven't gotten word GameDay was coming until the Sunday before the game.


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