Here’s Emmitt Smith picking Baylor over Kansas State because Les Miles is still trying to get things right at Kansas seconds after Rece Davis said Kansas plays Oklahoma. pic.twitter.com/BjNF3K90eM— Yahoo Sports College Football (@YahooSportsCFB) October 5, 2019College football fans everywhere immediately noticed the mistake. Twitter has since blown-up with tweets pointing out the embarrassing blunder.Emmitt Smith just said Baylor would beat Kansas State because Les Miles doesn’t have the program figured out yet 🤔— Dylan (@dylansheridan1) October 5, 2019An observation on Emmitt Smith doing picks on ESPN. I’m not sure he’s watched CFB since he played CFB.— Travis Hancock (@TBoneWFNZ) October 5, 2019People aren’t letting up on Smith. Most GameDay guest pickers come to the show prepared, notes in hand, ready to drop college football knowledge. But Smith didn’t seem to care about most the games the show decided to predict.Of course, he did care about today’s Auburn-Florida game. Prior to Corso making his headgear selection and prediction, Smith jokingly threatened to punch Corso in the jaw if he didn’t pick the Gators. It wasn’t a serious threat, as Smith and Rece Davis proceeded to laugh about it.Not the best showing for ESPN’s guest picker. ARLINGTON, TX – NOVEMBER 21: Former Dallas Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith as Smith prepares to receive his Hall of Fame ring during a halftime ceremony at Cowboys Stadium on November 21, 2010 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)Every once a while, the College GameDay crew makes a few mistakes. Most of them come from Lee Corso — can you blame him? The loved college football analyst is a whopping 84 years old.But on Saturday’s show, it wasn’t Corso who made a giant mistake. This time, it was GameDay’s guest picker, Emmitt Smith. The former star running back clearly didn’t do his homework on today’s Kansas State-Baylor game.Smith confused K-State for Kansas, saying “Les Miles is still trying to get things right.” Wrong team, wrong coach.Check out the video of Smith’s blunder below.