College GameDay Announces It’s Headed To Clemson To Start Season

first_img See you in Death Valley, @CollegeGameDay 😎— ACC Network (@accnetwork) August 8, 2019Clemson, a year ago, became the first college football team to finish the season with a 15-0 record after it stomped Alabama in the national title game. The Tigers are again the favorite to win it all this year.College GameDay, meanwhile is returning its normal cast of Kirk Herbstreit, Lee Corso, Desmond Howard, Rece Davis, Maria Taylor and Jen Lada. It’s one of the most successful shows on ESPN.College football season gets started on August 24 when Miami takes on Florida. Kirk Herbstreit on the set of ESPN's College GameDayNEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 23: GameDay host Kirk Herbstreit is seen during ESPN’s College GameDay show at Times Square on September 23, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)A few months back, ESPN announced that College GameDay will be headed to Arlington, Texas ahead of Auburn vs. Oregon for the first college football Saturday of the season. Thursday, they announced that there will actually be another location they visit first.College GameDay will head to Clemson, South Carolina to cover the Tigers’ first matchup of the season. Clemson takes on ACC foe Georgia Tech on Thursday, August 29.So College GameDay will be in Clemson on Thursday and Arlington on Saturday. There’s no word on whether there will be a third stop that weekend.The Clemson vs. Georgia Tech game is supposed to air on the ACC Network.last_img read more

Sri Lankan accused of lighting fire in Dubai jail

Policeman H A, 29, a Yemeni, said: “When I heard the alarm, I checked the cameras and saw smoke and headed to its location. “I started looking in each cell trying to locate where the smoke was coming from.”He said he found the smoke emanating from D L’s cell but he was not able to find any incendiary devices. A Sri Lankan prisoner has appeared in court a Dubai accused of lighting a fire in his cell, The National newspaper in Dubai reported.On Sunday, D L, 28, did not enter a plea at Dubai Criminal Court as a translator was not available. The court heard that at 9.15pm on November 19 last year, a fire alarm sounded in Dubai Central Prison. “When I asked D L about the fire, he said he started it because he wanted to be referred to the prison’s clinic, but he did not say anything further,” H A said.The next hearing will be on August 25. read more