In this wild college football season, the Live Más Student Section as we know it will be different.
But one thing will never change: the fire the student section brings.
This season, Taco Bell® is bringing the section together like never before, by celebrating student spirit everywhere.
It's not about competition between schools. It's about celebrating students' undeniable love for their team.
The Live Más Student Section Committee will still be on the lookout for students reppin' their schools.
Whether you're watching from campus, at home, on a boat, or in a spaceship...
Show us how you're bringing the fire on gameday - no matter where you are.
Use the hashtag #LiveMasStudentSectionContest, and you could be eligible to win a swag bag full of sweet Live Más Student Section merch and Taco Bell gift cards. Plus, the Committee may shout you out on The Student Section Live Show.
Because Taco Bell® knows: Wherever the students are, the Live Más Student Section LIVES.
Check out The Live Más Student Section Live Show, where Christine Williamson, Treavor Scales, and Gary Striewski are showing love to the students who show spirit for their schools. Share how you're bringing the Live Más Student Section to life, using the hashtag #LiveMasStudentSectionContest, for your chance to appear on the show!
In the world of college football, there is no more qualified voice to act as Chairman of this prestigious Committee than William Laurece "Rece" Davis. As a voice on ESPN since 1995 and the lead of ESPN College GameDay Built by The Home Depot since 2015, Rece has pretty much been everywhere and seen everything. While his knowledge of college sports and unbiased perspective have earned him the trust of college football fans across the land, his heart lies in Tuscaloosa with the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Since joining ESPN in 2016, Molly is a rising star in the world of college football, acting as the sideline reporter for ESPN's Friday night games and as the host of numerous college football studio shows. Her experiences as a cheerleader at Boston College, where she received the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Excellence, bring a unique and indispensable perspective to the Committee. From The Heights to the sidelines, Molly McGrath has seen the future of America getting rowdy on game day.
He's been to Rome with Jim Harbaugh. He's put his feet up in Nick Saban's office. He's thrown post patterns on the South Lawn of the White House with the Clemson Tigers. As one of ESPN's most popular and recognized reporters, Marty Smith brings a passion for college football, an enthusiasm for its fans and more energy than this Committee can probably handle. Since visiting Lane Stadium as a five-year-old with his dad, Marty has bled the orange and maroon of the Virginia Tech Hokies. Gobble Gobble.
Tom's done everything you can do on a football field - Juco National Champion, ACC Rookie of the Year, QB Coach, Offensive Coordinator, Head Coach, NFL Personnel Evaluator. Now, as ESPN's National Recruiting Director and on-air analyst, he will use his extensive background in football and talent evaluation to scout student sections across the nation.