PHOTO GALLERY: ESPN College GameDay comes to Mizzou Arena
Saturday, February 4, 2012 | 1:21 p.m. CST;
updated 3:45 p.m. CST, Saturday, February 4, 2012
COLUMBIA — MU students and fans gathered at Mizzou Arena on Saturday for the broadcast of ESPN "College GameDay."
The show films at eight different schools during basketball season and came to Mizzou Arena for the Missouri men's basketball game against Kansas at 8 p.m. Saturday. Rece Davis hosts the show with analysts Jay Bilas, Hubert Davis and Digger Phelps.
Missouri fans were encouraged to wear gold and make signs to show in the background of the show.
MU students and fans wave their hands to the "Missouri Waltz" during ESPN's "College GameDay." The two-hour show visits eight different campuses a season and broadcasts live from the court.
MU freshman Adam Zeller yells as ESPN cameras fly overhead during ESPN's "College GameDay" on Saturday at Mizzou Arena. The Missouri men's basketball team plays Kansas at 8 p.m. Saturday.
Sam Bruning talks to a fellow Kansas fan, Amanda Robison, during ESPN's "College GameDay" on Saturday at Mizzou Arena.
ESPN's "College GameDay" hosts Rece Davis, Hubert Davis, Digger Phelps and Jay Bilas talk during a commercial break. "GameDay" was broadcast from Mizzou Arena on Sunday morning.
ESPN's "College GameDay" host Rece Davis talks to senior guard Kim English and junior guard Michael Dixon about their favorite celebrity crushes Saturday at Mizzou Arena.
MU students and fans wave signs to create a backdrop for ESPN announcers on the court during the ESPN's "College GameDay" on Saturday. Students were encouraged to wear gold and make signs supporting Missouri.
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