Set your alarms a little earlier this college football season. ESPN's weekly morning preview show, "College GameDay," will kick off an hour earlier as a three-hour program from 9 a.m. to noon ET.
The first hour will air on ESPNU and Erin Andrews has joined the show. She'll be heavily involved in the first hour as an anchor before doing interviews and hosting segments for the final two hours of the show on ESPN.
If you're on your way to the game and don't have a TV, "GameDay" will also be simulcast on ESPN Radio.
Show sites traditionally aren't announced until the week of the game, but here's a couple of games in Big 12 country that could draw the show to the host city.
Sept. 11 -- Florida State at Oklahoma (Ohio State-Miami and Alabama-Penn State are also that week)
Oct. 2 -- Oklahoma vs. Texas at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas
Oct. 9 -- Texas A&M vs. Arkansas at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas (LSU-Florida is also that week)
Oct. 16 -- Texas at Nebraska (Bet your life on this one)
Oct. 23 -- Oklahoma at Missouri
Oct. 30 -- Missouri at Nebraska (Florida vs. Georgia in Jacksonville is also that week)
Nov. 20 -- Nebraska at Texas A&M (Ohio State at Iowa is also that week)
Dec. 4 -- Big 12 Championship at Cowboys Stadium