On Saturday night ESPN College GameDay announced their next stop would be Boise, Idaho and the blue turf at Bronco Stadium.
"It's about time," said BSU head coach Chris Petersen when he got the news. "It's about time."
Since then Boise has been a buzz with excitement as the biggest show in college football will make it's first ever stop in Boise.
As the Broncos prepare for their next biggest game of the season, against Oregon State, there have been plenty of questions as to who will be the guest picker Saturday morning and who will join the GameDay crew on the set.
This afternoon, ESPN's Michael Humes told Channel 7 that Coach Pete will in fact make an appearance on the show sometime between 8am and 9am, but Humes was unable to give an exact time for Pete's appearance.
"There will not be any guests other than the coach and a guest picker," said Humes via email earlier Wednesday. "We do not share [the guest picker] onto they come on set."
While Pete will be on the set don't expect any of his players to be there cheering him on.
"It will probably be pretty fun just because it's so close but we're pretty much not allowed to be there but you know it will be a neat experience," Moore said about GameDay coming to Bronco Stadium. "Maybe I will ask my parents how it was."
His parents and plenty of others. ESPN is hopeful Bronco Nation can help break a GameDay record by having more than 15,000 fans show up Saturday morning.