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If you're a diehard college football fan and are sleeping in the comforts of your own bed while you cheer your team on, you're not living life on the edge enough.
There are four college football fans who are doing that literally and figuratively as they're supporting their teams who made the CFB Playoffs by living on top of a billboard.
That isn't a metaphor Clemson and Alabama fans are residing on top of a 45-foot billboard in San Jose in order to win a chance at attending the National Championship game next week.
Have you seen the #ESPNBillboard in downtown San Jose? What you may have not seen are four die-hard college football fans playing "beer" pong on top of the 45-foot billboard for a chance to attend the Championship game on Jan.7. https://t.co/xH1tYat5K4 pic.twitter.com/TeXDPyupcy— NBC Bay Area (@nbcbayarea) December 27, 2018
This contest, sponsored by ESPN, began with four contestants as Notre Dame and Oklahoma were also represented. These fans started living up there on December 27th and are still there as they also compete in games to win other prizes.
The CFP #ESPNBillboard challenge has officially started. It is currently being streamed on the https://t.co/DYO2x9konu app and WatchESPN app under the channel “ESPN3.”— TheClemsonBUZZ (@BuzzClemson) December 27, 2018
Alabama: Llyas Ross Sr
Clemson: Nancy Volland
Notre Dame: Jeanette Kim
Oklahoma: Ruben Hunter pic.twitter.com/vylGYSIYwr
Both contestants will be living up there until the National Championship, which is still a week away.
Would you pull off a stunt like this to support your favorite team? With a trip to the CFP Final on the line, I'm sure many would.
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