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ESPN College GameDay Announces First Three Sites

College football season is just around the corner, and ESPN has announced where its GameDay crew will be descending for its first three games of the 2011 season. On Sept. 3, the crew will head to Arlington, Texas, for the Oregon-LSU matchup in the Cowboy Classic. In the USA Today Coaches Poll released Thursday, Oregon was ranked No. 3 and LSU was ranked No. 4.

On Sept. 10 they head to Ann Arbor, Michigan, for the annual Michigan-Notre Dame game. Notre Dame is No. 18 in the coaches poll, while Michigan is currently unranked.

And on Sept. 17 they head to Tallahassee, Florida, for the Florida State-Oklahoma game. Oklahoma is No. 1 in the coaches poll right now, while FSU is No. 5.

Hot damn, those are some good match-ups.

Once again the show will feature host Chris Fowler and analysts Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit and Desmond Howard during the 10-noon hours. Erin Andrews will anchor the first hour on ESPNU at 9 a.m., and contribute reports, interviews and features throughout the latter two hours. Reporter Tom Rinaldi will also provide features on a weekly basis, and new this year, current ESPN analyst and former NFL player David Pollack will join in a contributing role.

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Radio Caller Sneaks Into United Center For Bulls-Heat

Fans of The Morning Jones on Sirius 158 know all about the colorful DJ Mike Hitman in Chicago.

The frequent caller of Bomani Jones‘ radio show decided he was going to sneak into Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals Wednesday night at the United Center.

Thanks to a $25 bribe of a United Center employee and a photoshopped media credential, Mike was able to sneak inside the side door – - literally.

His ultimate goal was to get inside the locker room and interview the players. But after some better judgement (and fear of getting caught), Mike settled on just watching the game and enjoying the perks of being a “credentialed” media member.

Nice to see the NBA and the United Center are on their A-game during the playoffs.

Need proof? You can watch videos from last night or listen to Mike as he recaps his time at the Bulls vs. Heat game.

Morning Jones: Mike in Chicago On Sneaking Into United Center