Legendary school soccer coach and analyst Lee Corso returned to ESPN’s Faculty Gameday on Saturday, and he picked the coldest setting in Gameday historical past for his return.
Gameday is in Bozeman for the 121st “Brawl of the Wild,” the annual battle between in-state rivals Montana, and Montana State. Montana State, the host crew, is 9-1 on the season, and tied with Sacramento State atop the Huge Sky standings with a 7-0 convention report. The Grizzlies may be sixth within the Huge Sky, with a 4-3 report within the convention (7-3 total) however they’d love nothing greater than to wreck their rival’s convention title possibilities.
Montana leads the all-time collection, with a 73-41-5 report within the Brawl of the Wild.
The hosts rolled out the, effectively, white carpet for the Faculty Gameday bus when it arrived on campus this week:
And as host Rece Davis famous, followers have been planning on tenting out in a single day — in subzero temperatures — to be part of the present Saturday morning:
The present opened Saturday morning with completely breathtaking scenes from Bozeman, even because the solar was but to rise within the sky:
However along with the massive rivalry recreation, immediately’s Gameday has an additional one thing particular. The return of Corso, who has missed the final three weeks as he offers with an undisclosed well being concern. However he was on set early Saturday morning, getting the group fired up as he at all times does, helmets in hand:
His return was additionally a part of the present’s opening:
Admit it, it simply received somewhat dusty …
In fact, the indicators from the crown are an enormous a part of the Gameday expertise, and the followers in Bozeman are off to a roaring begin:
The Brawl of the Wild kicks off at midday native time, 2:00 p.m. ET, and will likely be streamed on ESPN+.