The ESPN College Gameday crew.
The ESPN College GameDay team visited Harrisonburg, Virginia to preview the upcoming Week 12 clash between the No. 18 James Madison Dukes and the Appalachian State Mountaineers.
The Dukes have gained nationwide attention for their unbeaten record of 10-0 this season. Despite their success, they are not eligible to participate in the Sun Belt title or a bowl game due to being in the first year of a two-year transition period to the FBS.
Meanwhile, the Appalachian State Mountaineers, who have won three games in a row, will look to hand James Madison their first loss of the season.
The No. 18 James Madison Dukes kick off against the Application State Mountaineers at 2:00 p.m., ET on ESPN+.
Check out some of the best moments from Week 12 of ESPN College GameDay.
College Football: How we got here: James Madison football’s fight to make a bowl game in 2023
PFT Commenter is Week 12 Guest Picker
Eric Sollenberger, an alumnus of James Madison University and also known as PFT Commenter, joined the ESPN GameDay crew to pick the winners of Week 12 matchups. Sollenberger is the co-host of the famous ‘Pardon My Take’ podcast for Barstool Sports. It comes as no surprise that he chose JMU to win against Appalachian State.
Pat McAfee speech
Pat McAfee gave an impassioned speech in support of James Madison.
Caleb Williams Feature
Caleb Williams left Oklahoma to follow coach Lincoln Riley and transferred to the University of Southern California. Williams ultimately won the Heisman Trophy in his first year at USC, becoming the seventh player in Trojan history to win the prestigious award. Williams had a lot of expectations for the year, and unfortunately, it didn’t play out how he and the nation expected.
Jonas Brothers perform at College GameDay
College GameDay fans were treated to a free performance from the Jonas…
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Publish date : 2023-11-18 17:16:08
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