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College Gameday sites: Best Pac-12 locations?

College Gameday went to Seattle this week. Where would be the coolest Pac-12 place for College Gameday to set up and why?

Otto Greule Jr

Sean Reynolds, Block U: On a boat.

Chris Landon, UW Dawg Pound: Near the middle of our campus is Red Square. It is a brick paved courtyard situated in between the campus administration building, the Suzzallo library, the Burke Museum, Kane (Undergrad) Hall and the Odegaard Undergradulate library. In the SE corner, you have the main walking path to Husky Stadium and to Drumheller Fountain. This is a downhill walk from Red Square and, on a clear day, Mt. Ranier towers above the fountain as you walk down. They could set up there, still have fans downhill along the path and see the fountain and the mountain. The only problem is that this would create a problem for those who normally walk that path to the game.

Jack Follman, Pacific Takes: Pullman because I don't think any other location would appreciate it more and have more fun with it. Plus, Ol Crimson would finally make the journey home.

Jason Bartel, AZ Desert Swarm: Having been at College Gameday when they came to Tucson for Arizona/Oregon, it's definitely not Tucson. Seattle might take this one for me actually. The overall scenery of Seattle and UW makes it seem like a pretty great place for the Gameday crew to hang out for the weekend. Although UCLA wouldn't be too shabby either.

Josh Schlichter, Pacific Takes: Husky Stadium is definitely my favorite Pac-12 venue and I can't think of a better place for Gameday to represent the conference and Pacific Northwest. Of course, a visit to the Rose Bowl for a UCLA game or a trip to Pullman would probably be just as cool as well.

Connor Pelton, Building the Dam: I was thinking on a docked boat on Lake Washington, with the fans behind them on the shore. The scene and atmosphere would be amazing, and fans with boats could watch the show from the lake.

Phil Fraser, Ralphie Report: Boulder, because Boulder is the best place in the anywhere.