44 Facts About Lee Corso

1. Lee Corso has an opportunity to pick the Washington State headgear for the first time.

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2. Lee Corso began making his entertaining end-of-show headgear pick of the team he thinks will win the game at the GameDay site, marking 20 years this season.

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3. Lee Corso was honored with the NCFAA's Contributions to College Football Award "recognizing exceptional contributions to college football and a lifetime of achievement and integrity" during the Home Depot College Football Awards show at Walt Disney World on December 9, 2010.

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4. Lee Corso graduated from Florida State with a bachelor's degree in physical education in 1957 and a master's degree in administration and supervision in 1958.

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5. Lee Corso is an American sports broadcaster and football analyst for ESPN and former coach.

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6. Lee Corso was the head coach of the United States Football League's Orlando Renegades in 1985.

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7. In the off season, Lee Corso serves as Director of Business Development for Dixon Ticonderoga, a Florida based pencil manufacturing company.

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8. Lee Corso has correctly predicted 10 straight Week 10 winners, having not lost on that spot in the calendar since incorrectly picking David Pollack's Georgia Bulldogs to beat Florida in 2002.

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9. Lee Corso went to his neighborhood Boys' Club and is recorded in the Boys and Girls Clubs of America Alumni Hall of Fame.

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10. Lee Corso was respected with the National College Football Awards Association's Contributions to College Football Award "perceiving outstanding commitments to school football and a lifetime of accomplishment and honesty" amid the Home Depot College Football Awards appear at Walt Disney World on December 9, 2010.

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11. On May 16, 2009, Lee Corso endured a stroke at his Florida home, enduring the incomplete loss of motion.

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12. Lee Corso fills in as privileged administrator of Coaches Curing Kids' Cancer, a philanthropy that fund-raises for pediatric tumor inquire about through youth sports groups.

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13. On the off chance that the group Lee Corso picks does not have a mascot, he wears the cap rather like on College GameDay.

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14. In 1987, Lee Corso was contracted by ESPN as an examiner for its Saturday College GameDay program that begins from the site of one of the day's defining moments.

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15. Lee Corso was the sixteenth head football mentor at Northern Illinois University.

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16. Lee Corso trained at Indiana from 1973 to 1982, driving the Hoosiers to two winning seasons in 1979 and 1980.

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17. In 1966, Lee Corso turned into the cautious backs mentor at Navy.

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18. In 1962, Lee Corso took after Nugent's direction to selecting a scholastically and physically qualified dark player and persuaded Darryl Hill to exchange from the Naval Academy.

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19. Lee Corso is an American sportscaster and football examiner for ESPN and a previous mentor.

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20. Lee Corso let a four-letter word slip during a segment centered around the unbeaten UCF Knights, a College Football Playoff darkhorse who puts its nation-leading 22-game winning steak on the line Saturday vs Cincinnati.

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21. Lee Corso let a four-letter word slip during a segment centered around the unbeaten UCF Knights, a College.

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22. Lee Corso would have taken a picture of the scoreboard.

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23. Lee Corso responded with how the Bearcat defense is good enough to match up against the Knights.

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24. Lee Corso donned full UCF Knights golden gear instead of just a UCF mascot head, as he went offstage and then appeared amid a cheering crowd of Knights supporters.

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25. Lee Corso donned full UCF Knights golden gear instead of just a UCF mascot head, as he went.

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26. Lee Corso took his headgear pick to a new level on Saturday.

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27. Lee Corso had gone full mascot from head to toe and was waving a sword.

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28. Lee Corso was in town, which was historic in itself.

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29. Lee Corso is still a treasure and always a highlight on ESPN's College GameDay broadcasts, and Saturday when he and the crew were at Central Florida for the Knights' game against Cincinnati.

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30. Lee Corso dropped a four-letter expletive while talking about UCF on live broadcast.

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31. Lee Corso has been married to his wife, Betsy, since 1957.

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32. On May 16, 2009, Lee Corso suffered a stroke at his Florida home, suffering partial paralysis.

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33. Lee Corso was honored with the National College Football Awards Association's Contributions to College Football Award "recognizing exceptional contributions to college football and a lifetime of achievement and integrity" during the Home Depot College Football Awards show at Walt Disney World on December 9, 2010.

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34. Lee Corso serves as honorary chairman of Coaches Curing Kids' Cancer, a charity that raises money for pediatric cancer research through youth sports teams.

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35. In 2001, Lee Corso spearheaded an effort to create a crayon completely out of soybeans.

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36. In the off-season, Lee Corso serves as Director of Business Development for Dixon Ticonderoga, a Florida-based manufacturer of writing and arts products, including No 2 pencils.

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37. If the team Lee Corso chooses does not have a mascot, he wears the helmet instead like on College GameDay.

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38. In 1987, Lee Corso was hired by ESPN as an analyst for its Saturday College GameDay program that originates from the site of one of the day's big games.

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39. Lee Corso was the 16th head football coach at Northern Illinois University.

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40. Lee Corso coached at Indiana from 1973 to 1982, leading the Hoosiers to two winning seasons in 1979 and 1980.

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41. In 1966, Lee Corso became the defensive backs coach at Navy.

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42. Lee Corso was a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.

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43. While at FSU, Lee Corso earned the nickname "Sunshine Scooter" for his speed on the football field.

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44. Lee Corso is an American sports broadcaster and football analyst for ESPN and a former coach.

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