Best of College GameDay at North Dakota State: Signs, bison, and a woodchipper

Who gave Lee Corso a bison?

Fargo brings the goods in a rare FCS appearance for the show.

Oh you wacky, wacky GameDay producers. You gave Lee Corso a bison.


That poor, terrified bison baby. Look at its eyes. That's fear.


Reference is here, although we'd hope you already knew it.




In fairness, there's nothing wrong with wanting sculpted calves. No judgment here.


This shot isn't even a two-fer; it's a three-fer. Threefer madness! On the left: "BRING ON BAMA," which is like a human yelling "BRING ON AN AVALANCHE" at the bottom of a mountain. In the middle, the sublime "EH?". And at right, "Samantha, can Christian even pass the salt?" That ain't nice. Christian Ponder almost won a game last week, people.


Strong self-deprecation game, Exhibit 1


"Rock Out With Your Brock Out" is fantastic. Meanwhile, "Yes we have 4G"? Strong self-deprecation game, Exhibit 2Chipper1_medium
And finally, it wouldn't be Fargo without the iconic woodchipper, would it? RIP Steve Buscemi. Hopefully his family can recover his unchipped leg soon. For closure.

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