The Mizzou Tigers will face the Oklahoma Sooners next weekend. Here's what people are saying about the Sooners No. 1 rank in the BCS standings as well ESPN's College GameDay coming to Columbia.
Oklahoma — Missouri’s next opponent — No. 1 in first BCS standings of season - KansasCity.com
Oklahoma sits atop the first BCS standing and the Sooners’ first challenge will be at Missouri. The Sooners, 6-0, are No. 3 or 4 in the opinion polls, but a strong schedule favored Oklahoma in the average of computer rankings that account for one-third of the BCS standing.
ESPN's "GameDay" coming to MU Tiger Extra - Mizzou Sports | ColumbiaTribune.com
ESPN began regularly taking the show to college campuses in 1994 but has never visited MU. "GameDay" was on hand for two Missouri games in 2007: a 41-31 loss to Oklahoma in Norman, and the Tigers' 36-28 victory over Kansas in Kansas City. In 2008, "GameDay" visited Texas when the Longhorns played host to Missouri, a 56-31 UT victory.
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Next weekend's clash of unbeatens LSU and Auburn will be for pole position in the Southeastern Conference, as well as a chance to enter the national title discussion. It won't, however, feature College GameDay, ESPN's popular traveling college football show.
ESPN To Bring Game Day To Mizzou - Sports News Story - KMBC Kansas City
Game Day has never aired live from Columbia, although the show did originate from Kansas City when Kansas and Missouri played at Arrowhead Stadium in 2007.
Sooners up to No. 3 in polls; ESPN GameDay will be at OU-Mizzou | Tulsa World
Following the loss of two top-five teams on Saturday, Oklahoma moved up to No. 3 in this week’s Associated Press Top 25 poll and No. 3 in Sunday’s USA Today coaches poll.