College football superfans face off live on 'GMA'

Llyas Ross Sr., an Alabama fan, and Nancy Volland, a Clemson fan, compete in an ESPN challenge to show their devotion to their respective teams by living on a platform mounted on a giant billboard.
2:52 | 01/07/19

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In mere hour, Clemson and Alabama will face off in the college football playoff national championship game for the third time in four years. So two die-hard fans of the rival teams. They've been living on top of a billboard in San Jose for the last 11 days. Why not? It's a challenge put down by,let see, oh, yeah, my friends at ESPN. Paula Faris is with them right now. Hey, there, robin. Good morning to you. This is Nancy, a Clemson alum. And this is ll qulrks as. He served three tours in Iraq and is a Alabama fan. They've been up here since December 27th. You're probably ready to get down from here. It's game day. It's time to get down. Okay, there is a bathroom. You have to go down the steps. You have a big screen TV here. You have been living in tents. This is your tent, llyas. Your tent is there, Nancy. What have you been doing the tasz the time? A lot of games we play. A lot of things off. I'm so terrified of heights. I'm not getting near the rail. We have done a talk show every day. Watch games. We have had very packed days. You have had a good time? I have been having an awesome time. Not only is being a superfan for Alabama. Miss Nancy being a superfan for Clemson. Just enjoying college football. Learning traditions. Might want to take road trips and see how everybody else does their thing. You learned how to floss up here, didn't you? I did. I don't do it well. I throw my hip out every time I try it. I'm not going to do that. That was nice, Nancy. Most embarrassing moment. You know you're going to the game font, right? Yes. Yes. ESPN wants to upgrade you. We want to give you an all-access pass. We'll take you to the field. You'll go behind the scenes for game day. Yes. Gnat's what I'm talking about. You're going to sit at the 50 yard line. Oh, wow. Thank you. So exciting. And you're going to keep it civil during the game. Regardless of who is going to win? Tigers. Who's going to win? Roll tide. All right, robin. From llyas and Nancy. Braver than all of us. Living on the billboard for 12 days. He's a true southern gentleman. Miss Nancy. He called her miss Nancy. You want to amiss robin? How you doing, miss robin? Big fan. Bless y'all. Have fun tonight. You have earned it. Thank you, Paula.

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