ESPN’s College GameDay has been to Corvallis one time in the show’s history, a 2010 trip when the Beavers hosted then-No. 1 Oregon. USC hasn’t been one of the featured teams on College GameDay for a regular season game since 2016, a road game against Washington.

According to The Oregonian’s Nick Daschel, the Sept. 24 game in Corvallis between the Beavers and the Trojans is a possible destination for the traveling show.

From Daschel’s report:

A source with knowledge of the situation told The Oregonian/OregonLive that just because the Pac-12 Network is televising USC-Oregon State does not eliminate the possibility that “GameDay” would come to Corvallis.

The source added that Trojans-Beavers ‘is certainly on the radar’ of the “GameDay” production team.

The Pac-12 announced earlier this week the Sept. 24 meeting between the two would kick at 6:30 p.m. PT on the Pac-12 Network. That announcement led to a major amount of frustration from both fanbases, as well as some groans from members of the national college football media.

Both teams have opened their seasons 2-0.

USC, ranked No. 7 in the AP Top 25, has wins over Rice (66-14) and Stanford (41-28) so far. It hosts Fresno State this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. PT on FOX. Oregon State has wins over Boise State (34-17) and the same Fresno State team (35-32). Last Saturday’s win over the Bulldogs came in dramatic fashion, with the Beavers driving for a game-winning touchdown as time expired. Oregon State plays Montana State at Portland’s Providence Park this weekend at 5 p.m. PT on the Pac-12 Network.

Both teams could be 3-0 when they meet, possibly setting the stage for one of the best games of the season. The Trojans look to be the Pac-12’s best shot at the College Football Playoff, while the Beavers look like one of the best stories in the country through two weeks.

ESPN’s GameDay production doesn’t exclusively travel to the campus for a game it will broadcast. Just this past weekend, it was in Austin for the Alabama-Texas game carried on FOX. It’s heading to Boone, North Carolina this weekend for Appalachian State’s game against Troy, one week after the Mountaineers took down No. 6 Texas A&M.

We’ll see if the prospect of another top-10 upset can attract the show to Corvallis.