Jess Sims will make her College GameDay debut on Saturday in Columbus, Ohio. The pregame show is coming to the Notre Dame versus Ohio State game, and it should be a fantastic venue for college football. Sims is a Peloton fan favorite and a sports reporter, and College GameDay took advantage of her popularity by bringing her to the broadcast.
She’ll join Rece Davis, Kirk Herbstreit, David Pollack, Lee Corso, and Desmond Howard, among others, at this year’s event. “I am so happy to join the GameDay crew since the show not only celebrates all of the on-field action but also showcases the passionate communities surrounding the games,” said Sims in August.
“This is such a terrific opportunity to return to my roots in college sports, and I can’t wait to meet incredible athletes and fans and see these schools and cities that live, sleep and breathe their hometown teams.” New players may click here and utilize Barstool Sportsbook coupon code SOUTH1000 to grab a $1,000 risk-free wager. Bet $10, and get $100 with the CFB no-brainer here.
With this promo, you may bet $10 on Notre Dame-Ohio State tonight, for instance, and win $100 as long as one team scores at least one point. Sims is a former basketball player at Trinity College in Connecticut, and she’s worked with the WNBA’s New York Liberty as an arena host and sideline reporter. Before her stint as a fan-favorite Peloton instructor, Sims was a kindergarten teacher and school administrator. “Jess is a rising talent who emanates charisma and vitality.
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— Nicole Sandas, MA, NCC (@MissSandas) February 21, 2022
We’re looking forward to her adding to the enthusiasm surrounding College GameDay each week during the season – both during the show and as we engage with students and fans on every college we visit,” said Lee Fitting, ESPN senior vice president, production, in a statement. While this isn’t a totally out-of-the-box hire, it’s interesting. Sims brings a solid following for College GameDay for the 2022 season.