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College Gameday Signs Week 1 Instagram: @collegegameday

College football fans will never pull punches, especially when it comes to their signs at ESPN’s weekly broadcast of College Gameday. Saturday’s aren’t typically the Catholic Holy Day, but when the ESPN crew rolled into South Bend, Indiana and the University of Notre Dame, the Fighting Irish faithful packed in front of Touchdown Jesus and gave thanks in a different way.

Hosted by Rece Davis, Heisman Trophy winner Desmond Howard, Ohio State alum Kirk Herbstreit and the world-renowned Lee Corso, College Gameday is the hub for all things football when Saturday morning arrives, and college football’s opening weekend of 2018 was no exception.

The weekly broadcast is only three hours, but hundreds turn out with the sole purpose of getting their most witty, colorful sign on national television. There are tons that never get the air time they deserve, but the ones that do NEVER disappoint.

Head coach Jim Harbaugh and the No. 14 Michigan Wolverines traveled to South Bend to take on coach Brian Kelly and the No. 12 Notre Dame Fighting Irish in a huge prime-time game for both teams.

When Notre Dame fans took the stage early on Saturday, they brought out the big guns to kick off the season. Here are some of the hilarious highlights:

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Wait what

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Maybe he’s just really generous ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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That’s weird but ok let’s do it

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Well that sucks

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John Duffley About the author:
John joins the Fanbuzz team after five years of experience freelancing as a sports writer for TheDupes.net and Football.com. A graduate of Penn State University, John currently lives and works in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he awaits the Steelers' impending seventh Super Bowl title.
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