College GameDay: Appalachian State area reportedly dealing with poster shortage
College GameDay might have a roadblock it needs to clear at Appalachian State. There is reportedly a poster shortage happening in the area.
ESPN’s Pete Thamel reported that students are asking ESPN for signs since there is a poster shortage in Boone, North Carolina.
Our sources close to Staples and Office Max have reported there’s no posters left in Boone for signs for @CollegeGameDay at @appstate. Students are asking our staff for posters so they can bring signs to the set tomorrow. 👀 pic.twitter.com/8HQa7ES5ZK
— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) September 16, 2022
One of the things that College GameDay has become known for is the many creative signs that students have made in the past, usually at the expense of a coach or player that they don’t like. GameDay is in Boone for the Appalachian State-Troy game on Saturday.
Appalachian State is coming off of an impressive upset against No. 6 Texas A&M. The Mountaineers walked into College Station, and came out victorious with a 17-10 win against the Aggies.
It’ll be interesting to see how ESPN handles this dilemma. It will be hard to imagine a College GameDay without signs everywhere.
Appalachian State and Troy kick off Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET on ESPN+.