ESPN College GameDay selections are widely discussed every college football season. One of the central things to keep in mind about GameDay is that the picks depend in part on team results, and how they shape the significance of an individual game. If Team A is expected to contend for the national championship, but it loses in Week 5, that huge Week 9 game in late October won’t mean as much, and the GameDay calculus changes.
Our friends at Ducks Wire posted their best GameDay possibilities for Oregon.
The Ducks could be on GameDay for their Oct. 14 game at Washington.
Ducks Wire’s Zachary Neel wrote:
“There aren’t a ton of ‘GameDay matchups’ in Week 7, other than USC and Notre Dame. However, a Pac-12 matchup between what should be a pair of undefeated teams — and massive rivals at that — is going to be must-see TV. I wouldn’t be shocked in GameDay chooses the Trojans and Fighting Irish, but Oregon and Washington will likely be one of the best games of the week.”
We will discuss that October 14 battle between USC and Oregon for a College GameDay slot, plus many other questions and debates, in the sections below:
WEEK FIVE VS. COLORADO, SEPT. 30
Apr 22, 2023; Boulder, CO, USA; Colorado Buffaloes head coach Deion Sanders during the first half of the spring game at Folsom Filed. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports
USC facing Colorado, in Boulder, for Coach Prime’s first home Pac-12 contest will certainly have plenty of eyeballs on it.
Get more Colorado news, analysis and opinions at Buffaloes Wire.
WEEK SEVEN VS. NOTRE DAME, OCT. 14
Notre Dame against USC is always a must-watch. This time it is in South Bend. Marcus Freeman versus Lincoln Riley.
Get more Notre Dame news, analysis and opinions at Fighting Irish Wire.
WEEK EIGHT: UTAH VS. USC
Dec 2, 2022; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Utah Utes quarterback Cameron Rising…
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Publish date : 2023-07-10 18:18:27
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