The comments in the bowl post brought up Gameday coming to BC for the Virginia Tech game. I wouldn't say BC is the favorite, but there is a chance. Take a look at the contenders:
Vanderbilt at Georgia
Pros: Assuming wins this weekend, the game will feature two ranked SEC teams.
Cons: Both schools have hosted Gameday already this season.
Kansas at Oklahoma
Pros: Might be the best game of the day.
Cons: Would they want Oklahoma involved in Gameday two weeks in a row? What happens if Oklahoma loses this weekend?
Mizzou at Texas
Pros: Two of the best QBs in the country. Daniels is the Heisman front runner.
Cons: Similar to Oklahoma, would they want Texas involved in Gameday two weeks in a row? What happens if Texas loses this weekend?
Cal at Arizona
Pros: Fresh location for the show. Rising Arizona program.
Cons: Neither team is ranked. What happens if Arizona loses this weekend?
Pitt at Navy
Pros: Gameday loves unique locations. Both are good stories.
Cons: Doesn't have national interest.
Ohio State at Michigan State
Pros: ABC is scheduled to broadcast the game. Could help decide the Big Ten
Cons: Ohio State fatigue. What happens if MSU loses to Northwestern this weekend?
Virginia Tech at Boston College
Pros: ACC location as opposed to another SEC. BC last hosted four years ago and has only hosted once.
Cons: BC may not be ranked by the game. National perception is that the ACC is down.
My guess is they will go to one of the Big XII sites. It will be a slight repeat of this week, but one of those will be the biggest game. I also think the Cal-Arizona game also sounds appealing. Clearly there are no locks. Maybe BC and the ACC should get on the horn to Bristol now and start the hard sell.