ESPN Announces Historic College GameDay Destination For 2020

first_img The official announcement came during this weekend’s edition of College GameDay. Check it out:GAMEDAY IS GOING ABROAD!We’re opening the 2020 season from Dublin, Ireland for @NDFootball vs. @NavyFB 🇮🇪 pic.twitter.com/HQVlsK2eWc— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) October 5, 2019This is the third time that Navy and Notre Dame will play in Ireland. The previous meeting took place in 2012, when the Fighting Irish crushed the Midshipmen by 40 points in large part because of running back Theo Riddick.It’ll be interesting to see just how electric the atmosphere is in Dublin for this future edition of College GameDay. Kickoff for this game will be at 2 p.m. ET from Aviva Stadium.ESPN expects Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit and Maria Taylor to call this game. The College GameDay crew on set in New York City.NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 23: Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Chris Fowler are seen during ESPN’s College GameDay show at Times Square on September 23, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)ESPN’s College GameDay goes to a new destination each week during the college football season. Next year, the crew is going abroad to Dublin, Ireland for an awesome matchup.Two years ago, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish announced that they’ll face eventually the Navy Midshipmen in Ireland for the 2020 Aer Lingus College Football Classic .Notre Dame and Navy have a rivalry that’s lasted for countless years. This showdown in Dublin will be the 94th meeting between the two programs.Since this future installment of the Notre Dame-Navy game will take place in August, the College GameDay crew will begin their season in Ireland.last_img read more

SC instructs AG to draft rule document in Ranjans contempt case

The AG had been instructed by the Supreme Court to examine the statement made by Deputy Minister Ranjan Ramanayake which was reportedly critical of the court. The Supreme Court (SC) has directed the Attorney General (AG) to draft a rule document to show cause on the contempt of court allegations against Deputy Minister Ranjan Ramanayake.The Attorney General had informed the Supreme Court earlier this month that at a glance, there is a prima facie case of contempt in a statement made by Deputy Minister Ranjan Ramanayake. The Deputy Minister had made the statement in Parliament. The Supreme Court had wanted the AG to see if the statement made by the Deputy Minister is one which can be charged for contempt of court and the Attorney General had informed the Supreme Court that at a glance, there is a prima facie case of contempt.The case has been postponed for July 30. (Colombo Gazette) read more