College football superfans face off for their teams on 'GMA'

Superfans of Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma and Notre Dame compete to show who has the biggest devotion to their teams, live in Times Square.
2:48 | 12/27/18

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college football superfans. They are showing their team pride in a wild way, accepting ESPN's challenge to live on a giant football billboard until their team is either eliminated or heading to the championship game. That is commitment. They are joining us live from that very billboard in San Jose, California right now. We have got llyas, Nancy, Rueben and Jeanette. I have got to start with you, llyas. Llyas, you are obviously all about Alabama and I'm going to forgive you for that as a Georgia bulldog, but you're a veteran. You served three times in Iraq and made sure you didn't miss one game, especially the Georgia game. I'm sure you especially enjoyed that. What are you going to bring to this challenge? Yes. I'm just going to bring the same spirit like when I was deployed. Keep giving good faith and hope any team brings back another one of these right here. All right. Llyas, and so Nancy, two-part question for you. You went to Clemson and I want to hear about why you oy eat Orange foods during the game and I have to ask you, what is the bathroom situation on the billboard? Okay. Yes. Two of our concerns. One is absolutely you have to eat Orange food. It's one of those superstitions so I actually brought it. I not only brought one bag, but I have another one because I didn't want to just chance it being in my checked luggage. You have to eat Orange food during the game. The second question, the bathroom situation. It's better than we were told it was going to be. We actually have nice bathrooms to go to. So it's awesome. Thank you. Well, we are relieved to hear that. Thank you. There we go. Let's go to Rueben now. Dad jokes. You were a linebacker for the Oklahoma Sooners. You have friends on the team. Did any of them give you a pep talk to prepare you for this big challenge? You know, I think they got bigger things to worry about. I'm not sure -- Bigger than the billboard? They're not watching me on the billboard, but I told a few of my friends on the team about what I'm doing and they thought I was crazy. It's all good. Jeanette, we have to ask you. You're rooting for the notre dame fighting Irish. Will your fighting spirit help you win this one? Absolutely. I think the team has been bringing a great attitude to the field. That's why we're undefeated and we'll win at Levi stadium. I'm pumped to be able to support them. Good luck to all of you. Watch all the action streaming live on ESPN and then on Saturday tune in to the semifinals on ESPN to see which "Good morning America" is

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