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Lee Corso’s headgear pick for Oregon vs. UCLA with Bill Walton | College GameDay

The College GameDay crew makes their picks for Week 8 of the 2021 College Football season with Bill Walton.

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0:00 Oklahoma State vs. Iowa State

1:28 Utah vs. Oregon State

2:33 USC vs. Notre Dame

4:44 Oregon vs. UCLA

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