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The top signs from ‘College GameDay’ in Kalamazoo

Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit and the rest of the boys took ESPN’s “College GameDay” to Kalamazoo where the signs were in full force.

The Western Michigan Broncos were finally recognized by ESPN this week as they brought their College GameDay crew to Kalamazoo, Michigan this weekend.

The Broncos will put their undefeated season on the line when they take on the 2-8 Buffalo Bulls at Waldo Stadium Saturday afternoon at 3:30 p.m ET on ESPU.

The Broncos have soared through the rankings, finding themselves ranked No. 21 in the AP Top 25. They have certainly turned some heads scoring an incredible 44.4 points per game while holding a 10-0 record.

WMU have been led by quarterback Zach Terrell who has been nearly flawless this season, completing 70 percent of his passes along with 23 touchdowns, and just one interception.

Along with stellar quarterback play, MSU has found great success in the run game, picking up over 2,500 yards and 31 touchdowns.

Experts have the Broncos continuing their dominance and see the Bulls as no threat.

Heading into today’s game, the Broncos are 35 point favorites and the GameDay crew, along with special guest Greg Jennings, didn’t go against the spread, all picking Western Michigan to win. Lee Corso was set to wear a new headgear and didn’t disappoint the home crowd, Corso would put on the horses head to a loud and thunderous crowd.

A cold, snowy morning didn’t stop WMU fans from coming out and supporting their team on national television, the fans rose to the occasion showing off their creativity with some great signs for the camera.

Here are the rest of the top signs from Saturday afternoon:

H/T Bleacher Report