AT&T’s On the Way to Saturday—A Stop in Oklahoma
In case you missed our first post, all season long, AT&T’s “On the Way to Saturday” is following ESPN College Gameday on a road trip that should make any college football fan jealous. Will and Ravi are just two college football fanatics who are traveling the country and interacting with other fans while on their way to the Gameday experience. Fans who follow along with Will and Ravi (you can do so on their website) have a chance to win a trip to the 2013 BCS National Championship game in January!
This past weekend the guys traveled to Norman, Oklahoma and got a chance to ride in the Sooner Schooner before Oklahoma’s big show down with Notre Dame. The Sooner Schooner does a victory lap after every score by the Sooners. Check out the video below.
In this next video, the guys were challenged to interview Oklahoma legendary coach Barry Switzer on the sideline. They learned from ESPN sideline reporter just how to go about interviewing the Sooner great, and see how they did below!
The two ways fans can win a trip to the BCS National Championship in January is by either reaching out to Will and Ravi on Twitter with challenges for the two to complete on their road trip. Just be sure to use the hashtag #Way2Saturday, and if your challenge is picked you win! You can also enter to win by watching Will and Ravi perform these challenges and listening for the key word. Don’t forget to also follow the guys on Instagram @Way2Saturday.
Be sure to follow Will and Ravi as they continue to take on your challenges for the rest of the season!
This post is sponsored by AT&T
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