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Watch: Tulane one-ups ESPN, builds own ‘College GameDay’ set before huge game
Watch: Tulane one-ups ESPN, builds own 'College GameDay' set before huge game,Tulane took its "College GameDay" snub in stride with a great jersey reveal video ahead of Saturday's game.

Watch: Tulane one-ups ESPN, builds own ‘College GameDay’ set before huge game

 Tulane is faking it until it makes it.

Where else would you rather be? #RollWave | #NOLABuilt pic.twitter.com/y7r6nNLRzz

— Tulane Football (@GreenWaveFB) November 10, 2022

Tulane took its “College GameDay” snub in stride with a great jersey reveal video ahead of Saturday’s game.

“GameDay” isn’t coming to New Orleans for this Saturday’s broadcast, so Tulane made its own version of ESPN’s flagship college football show.

The College Football Playoff committee’s latest rankings find No. 17 Tulane (8-1, 5-0 in AAC) at its highest ranking in the CFP’s eight-year history. The team was never ranked by the committee prior to this year. In 2021, Tulane won two games.

The Green Wave are enjoying their best season since 1998’s 12-0 team. If Tulane wins out, it will play in a New Year’s Six game as the highest-ranked “Group of Five” team.

This Saturday, Tulane hosts CFP-ranked No. 22 UCF (7-2, 4-1 in AAC). To say this is the biggest home game for Tulane in years is not an understatement.

“GameDay” travels to Austin for No. 4 TCU’s visit to No. 18 Texas (6-3, 4-2 in Big 12). TCU (9-0, 6-0) is also in the midst of a remarkable turnaround, one that will place the Horned Frogs in the College Football Playoff with wins in their remaining games. TCU won five games in 2021.

Week 11: AUSTIN

9-0 TCU is headed into a big road test as the Horned Frogs look to continue their perfect streak @TCUFootball | @TexasFootball pic.twitter.com/OoLwSSUJgH

— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) November 6, 2022

With a strong finish to the 2022 season, Tulane won’t need to produce its own “GameDay” video the next time a big game rolls into town. It’ll have officially made it.