On Saturday morning, ESPN’s College GameDay did something it’s never done before. The show kicked off from Atlanta, where thunderstorms forced the crew to move their location during the show.For the first time in the show’s history, ESPN decided to move the broadcast inside to be safe.GameDay analyst David Pollack gave those watching at home an inside look at the new shooting location. Check it out.This has never happened in @CollegeGameDay history. pic.twitter.com/6WeQ20oWMr— David Pollack (@davidpollack47) December 1, 2018It’s probably best for everyone involved in the broadcast that the show was moved inside.The GameDay crew was in Atlanta to kick off the day’s action which features several play-in games for the College Football Playoff.No. 1 Alabama vs. No. 4 Georgia, No. 5 Oklahoma vs. No. 14 Texas and No. 6 Ohio State vs. No. 21 Northwestern are just a few of the games on tap this Saturday.Which teams will impress the committee enough to earn a spot in the playoff? We’ll have to wait and see.
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe had talks with South African President Jacob Zuma at the Bandaranaike International Airport.Wickremesinghe tweeted this morning saying he met Zuma who was in Sri Lanka while returning to his country after a visit to China. The South African President’s plane made a brief stopover at the airport where he was greeted by the Prime Minister.Both leaders had brief talks at the airport.