PHOTOS: Morgantown's College GameDay Signs, From Corndogs To Couches

College GameDay is making its first-ever appearance in West Virginia. If you've ever been to West Virginia, you're kind of baffled that this school isn't already in the SEC. The show WVU fans are putting on is up to standards.

Via @sputnikspankler, a reference to an ancient piece of SEC lore (just one of many sights coming out of Morgantown that further proves the Eers' SEC worth):


Here's a trio of brothers (we'll assume) just letting Erin Andrews know what's up (via @GatorHippie):


Here we have two Les Miles signs, but West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck's appearance in a "West Lucking Virginia" sign might have won the entire day (via Guyism's collection):


Morgantown officials have cracked down on couch-burning (kind of crazy that this sentence makes total sense). God, that sounds futile right now (via @bubbaprog):


Via @ConnorakaZordon, here's a look at the creative process:


Also via @bubbaprog, a reference to last week's "Genocide Smith" treasure looms over Chris Fowler's shoulder:


Here's another from @sputnikspankler, the front-runner for Most Literal Sign of the Weekend:


One more by @bubbaprog ... that "Penn State Is Garbage" sign has gotten a lot of attention today, not to neglect "I'd Burn My Couch But Rich Rod Is Sleeping On It:"


There's also ... um ... this kind of unfortunate thing happening somewhere on premises, via @38Godfrey:


Let's cap it off with one more by @bubbaprog ... it's probably the best, besides "West Lucking Virginia:"


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