Fans are reacting to the College GameDay crew braving the frigid cold elements in Bozeman, Montana.

College GameDay is in Montana for Saturday’s massive FCS showdown between No. 12 Montana and No. 3 Montana State. At the top of the show, GameDay host Rece Davis announced that this was the coldest GameDay show on record.

The single-digit temperatures were visible when the hosts were shaking on the set. The temperatures dropped to -2 degrees Fahrenheit. College GameDay visits cold climates each season, but Saturday’s show is in the coldest atmosphere. Fans chimed in on the freezing temperatures in Montana.


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The fans noticed how cold it was in Montana. Each member of the show was bundled up in professional attire that was suitable for the negative temperatures. It was a picturesque background with the colorful morning sky and the mountains in the backdrop. The ground was covered in snow and the fans were excited to witness College GameDay.

Montana State enters this game with a 9-1 record and a potential spot in the FCS Championship on the line later in December. Montana is fighting to make the playoffs with a 7-3 record. This is a bitter rivalry in the state and will have serious implications.

Montana State will host Montana at 2 p.m. ET.