Pizza Hut Will Give Away Free Pizza on ESPN’s ‘College GameDay’

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Pizza Hut will give away free large one-topping pizzas to kick off college football season.

Kick off college football season with Pizza Hut September 5 by ordering a free large one-topping pizza.

This year, ESPN’s College GameDay will be sponsored by Pizza Hut. During the broadcast, viewers will see a Pizza Hut sign in the background with a code for a free large one-topping pizza. Only 10,000 pizzas will be made available, and the code expires September 11.

“We're rewarding college football fans in the best way by giving them the perfect game-watching food: pizza,” Jared Drinkwater, vice president of marketing at Pizza Hut, said in a press release. “All they have to do is watch for the sign — an integral part of the College GameDay experience.”

College GameDay is a pre-entertainment show that assesses the upcoming game. Rece Davis, Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, and an invited guest are the hosts of the program.

Arizona State will play at Texas A&M September 5 at 7 p.m.

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