Fans might be thrilled that ESPN’s College GameDay is not visiting an SEC school this week, but the network still stirred up plenty of heat with their upcoming visit to Morgantown. ESPN will bring in Marshall quarterback Rakeem Cato for an interview with Tom Rinaldi and although he won’t even be on-set, the decision is not sitting well with WVU fans, with some taking serious shots at their in-state kinda rival.
Just remember, this Rakeem Cato interview on Gameday is gonna be more embarrassing for Marshall than anything else. He can’t speak English.
— Sam Harner (@sam_going_ham) October 30, 2014
Wow, I thought the thing about thing about Rakeem Cato being a guest picker on Gameday was a joke. Why don’t you bring Pitt’s QB too? — Bad Podcast Fale (@explodeyourself) October 30, 2014
— Nate Pleva (@natepleva14) October 30, 2014
Rakeem Cato couldn’t get Gameday to come to Marshall so he begged to come to WVU lol
— Justin Margay (@GoAheadJay) October 30, 2014
Espn featuring Rakeem Cato on College Gameday in Morgantown this weekend is just asking for something dumb to happen.
— Marching Band Mafia (@TheMBM1) October 30, 2014
@NickVSmith83 Marshall sucks though and Rakeem Cato has no business being on our College Game Day just to get attention because they suck
— Mac Miller (@MrBryceGuy) October 30, 2014
Hearing possible Rakeem Cato death threats going to Morgantown for College Gameday appearance. Really. WVU fans/students stoop to new low.
— Brian Sexton (@BrianSexton13) October 30, 2014
Great 21st Century Ideas: 1. Withdrawing from Iraq 2. McCain nominates Palin 3. Rich Rod to Michigan 4. Inviting Rakeem Cato to Gameday
— Big E (@Chairistotle) October 29, 2014
— Fulton Reed (@AdamHough1) October 29, 2014
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