Where is ‘College GameDay’ this week? Location, schedule, guest picker for Army-Navy, Heisman weekend

There is just one game on the college football slate this weekend, but it’s an annual tradition between the armed forces. 

Saturday is the yearly Army-Navy football game, marking the official end of the college football regular season. The Midshipmen and the Black Knights are in Massachusetts this year, as Foxborough is the location for this year’s rivalry game. 

Army has bounced back quite nicely after a rough start to the 2023 season. The Black Knights were 2-5 at one point, coming off an ugly loss to UMass and facing top-25 ranked Air Force. However, Jeff Monken’s unit delivered an upset win, kicking off a string of three victories in a row to enter the Navy game sitting at 5-6. 

For Navy, it’s been an inconsistent 2023 campaign. The Midshipmen are also 5-6, but have bounced up and down from .500. After a 1-1 start, Brian Newberry’s group have flip-flopped between two-game winning streaks and losing streaks. Most recently, Navy was throttled at the hands of SMU. 

In addition to the Army-Navy game, it’s Heisman weekend. The winner of the 2023 honor will be announced on Saturday night. LSU’s Jayden Daniels, Ohio State’s Marvin Harrison, Washington’s Michael Penix Jr. and Oregon’s Bo Nix are the final four candidates. 

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Here’s everything you need to know for “College GameDay” on conference championship weekend, including the location, guest picker and schedule.

Where is ‘College GameDay’ this week?

  • Location: Foxoborugh, Mass. 
  • Time: 9 a.m. ET
  • Matchup: Army vs. Navy

There is just one game on the college football scene this weekend, and it’s the annual Army-Navy game. 

In total, Navy leads the historical rivalry 62–54–7. However, after years of dominance by Navy, Army has been the better team in recent years. Not only did the Black Knights win last year, Army has taken the contest five out of the last seven years.

The matchup is being held at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. 

‘College GameDay’ schedule on ESPN

Saturday, Dec. 9

  • Start time: 9 a.m. ET
  • TV channel: ESPN
  • Streaming: ESPN App, Fubo

The “GameDay” crew will preview the Army-Navy game with the show kicking off at 9 a.m. ET from Foxborough. The game is scheduled to start at 3 p.m. ET on CBS.

“College GameDay” will be broadcast on ESPN with streaming available on the ESPN App or Fubo, which offers a free trial.

Who did Lee Corso pick today?

Week Matchup Location Guest picker Corso’s headgear Outcome
1 No. 21 North Carolina vs. South Carolina Charlotte, N.C. Darius Rucker Tar Heels UNC 31, South Carolina 17
2 No. 3 Alabama vs. No. 11 Texas Tuscaloosa, Ala. Joe Namath Longhorns Texas 34, Alabama 24
3 Colorado State vs. No. 18 Colorado Boulder, Colo. Dwayne Johnson Buffaloes Colorado 43, Colorado State 25 (2OT)
4 No. 6 Ohio State vs. No. 9 Notre Dame South Bend, Ind. Vince Vaughn Buckeyes Ohio State 17, Notre Dame 14
5 No. 11 Notre Dame vs. No. 17 Duke Durham, N.C. Ken Jeong Irish Notre Dame 21, Duke 14
6 No. 3 Texas vs. No. 12 Oklahoma Dallas, Tex. Baker Mayfield Longhorns Oklahoma 34, Texas 30
7 No. 8 Oregon vs. No. 7 Washington Seattle, Wash. Joel McHale Huskies Washington 36, Oregon 33
8 No. 3 Ohio State vs. No. 7 Penn State Columbus, Ohio C.J. Stroud Buckeyes Ohio State 20, Penn State 12
9 No. 8 Oregon vs. No. 13 Utah Salt Lake City, Utah Steve Smith Sr. N/A Oregon 35, Utah 6
10 No. 8 Alabama vs. No. 13 LSU Tuscaloosa, Ala. Nate Bargatze Crimson Tide Alabama 42, LSU 28
11 No. 1 Georgia vs. No. 10 Ole Miss Athens, Ga. Nolan Smith Bulldogs Georgia 52, Ole Miss 17
12 No. 18 James Madison vs. Appalachian State Harrisonburg, Va. PFT Commenter Dukes Appalachian State 26, JMU 23
13 No. 2 Ohio State vs. No. 3 Michigan Ann Arbor, Mich. Aidan Hutchinson Buckeyes Michigan 30, Ohio State 24
14 No. 1 Georgia vs. No. 8 Alabama Atlanta Theo Von Bulldogs Alabama 27, Georgia 24

Who is the guest picker on ‘College GameDay’ this week?

The “College GameDay” guest picker will be Bill Belichick, the longtime Patriots head coach.

Belichick’s father, Steve, was an assistant football coach at the U.S. Naval Academy for 33 years. 

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