College GameDay Sign: When A Goat Becomes A Gator In The Land Of Seminoles

ESPN's College GameDay is one of the highlight's of Saturday morning for college football fans. Desmond Howard, Kirk Herbstreit and Lee Corso move from campus to campus every weekend and students always come out to provide an energetic backdrop that has made the show so popular.

But the biggest hit on College GameDay -- aside from Corso donning mascot heads -- is the signs that students make. Every Saturday you're sure to spot something that will make you laugh.

This weekend, the crew has invaded Tallahassee for the big game between the No. 4 Florida State Seminoles and the No. 10 Clemson Tigers. This ACC matchup pits two undefeated teams in the Top 25 against one another and as usual, the Florida State students came out to show off their signs and school pride to the world.

But there was one sign that really stood out and was more interesting than the rest. What makes it so interesting? What makes it stand out? Well, it talks about UNC, goat's and gators, on a campus overrun by Seminoles and Tigers. Maybe someone took a wrong turn?

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For more on Florida State visit Tomahawk Nation and SB Nation Tampa Bay. Visit Shakin the Southland for everything on Clemson.

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