College Football Fans Love What Lee Corso Did On Saturday


Despite being 86 years old, Lee Corso continues to bring it on ESPN’s College GameDay.

Corso, a former college football coach turned longtime analyst for the Worldwide Leader, doesn’t spend as much time on the air as he used to. However, he still brings it when he does.

Saturday morning, Corso had a great appearance on ESPN’s College GameDay before the Iowa State vs. Iowa game.

Corso took some shots at rival fan bases.

“I wanted to show it to the Iowa State fans cause they haven’t seen it in a while,” Corso said of the rivalry game trophy.

Corso then made his headgear pick. He didn’t hesitate, going strongly with the Iowa Hawkeyes.

Fans loved Corso’s appearance.

“Lee Corso is a legend. I mean, that smack was all time. He brought to trophy out because Iowa State fans haven’t seen it in a while!?!?” one fan tweeted.

Lee Corso is a natural treasure,” another fan added.

Iowa and Iowa State are set to kick off at 4:30 p.m. E.T. on Saturday afternoon.

The game will air on ABC.


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