ESPN’s College GameDay is basically being broadcast through a blizzard in Kalamazoo, Michigan on Saturday morning.The ESPN College GameDay staff gets to go on some really cool trips, but we imagine they’re all less-than-thrilled with Saturday’s situation. College GameDay is currently being broadcast through a blizzard in Kalamazoo ahead of tonight’s Western Michigan vs. Buffalo matchup. Sam Ponder, in particular, is getting the worst of it out in the crowd.Fans though, showed up in droves. Some aren’t even wearing shirts – they’re crazy.Is this happening? Yes, this is happening!#RTBGameDay #rowtheboat #GetUpKalamazoo pic.twitter.com/2AOVP46mX9— WMU Football (@WMU_Football) November 19, 2016Sam Ponder having a tough morning out there pic.twitter.com/ICHDPuplgz— The Spun (@TheSpun) November 19, 2016Watching @CollegeGameDay is great. Watching @KirkHerbstreit preach the game in the snow is gold. Happy Holidays!❄️☃️ #collegegameday pic.twitter.com/ymznLVOAkr— Linda Cohn (@lindacohn) November 19, 2016This is fine pic.twitter.com/E6gGUqsOIc— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) November 19, 2016College Gameday in the snow in Kalamazoo. Gotta love it! pic.twitter.com/bqcNDh7172— Chris Tunno (@TunesSTL) November 19, 2016Assuming both Michigan and Ohio State win on Saturday, the staff won’t be leaving that area of the country, either. It’s assumed GameDay will head to Columbus for the Buckeyes vs. the Wolverines next week.
← Previous Story Guerreras upset defending champions Next Story → Norwegian No. 1 Silje Solberg: Spanish shooters and fast-breaks… Norge girls had much easier job in Budapest’s semi-final than their rival in the Sunday’s final – Spain. Team led by Thorir Hergeirsson beat Sweden 29:25 (13:11) and showed once again who are the older brother in Scandinavian derby. From the very beginning, vice-champions from EURO 2012 in Serbia, held upper hand and with Loke – Riegelhuth – Mork trio made a big distance – 9:3, after 15 minutes of the match.STATISTICSOnly three goals have turned on alarm on the Swedish bench. Gullden and Torstenson were not in such a good mood as in some previous matches, but with series of goals by Hagman, Sand and Co, “three crowns” came to 10:9 only four minutes before the break…Swedish girls were on the edge to level result several times until 41st minute, but the Olympic champions from London, managed to put pressure off with series 4:0 – 22:17. After this “black hole” in the performance of the Swedish team, winners became much more obvious.Gullden netted four goals in the rest of the match (9 in total), but that wasn’t enough to make some serious trouble to winning squad. Finish was only question of routine, and Norge girls are the queens of routine in European handball.However, Sweden will have a big chance to take a medal, the first one since EURO 2010, when they won silver in Norway.