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By Scott S. Powell
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Lee Corso
Anyone unfamiliar with Chip Kelly's unique way of disguising play calls might confuse the Philadelphia Eagles' sideline for a commercial promoting the City of Brotherly Love.
Hill is referred to as the "Jackie Robinson of Southern college football," and 50 years ago Tuesday, on Sept. 10, 1963, he knocked down one of the last remaining doors of discrimination in sports.
Beano Cook, the college football commentator with an encyclopedic knowledge of the sport he dearly loved, has died.
ESPN college football analyst Lee Corso always ends the "College Gameday" show in outrageous fashion.
Oregon State Police say the oversized mascot head of ESPN college football analyst Lee Corso has been recovered, and two men have been cited on theft charges in the case.
Under-appreciated or overrated. Slighted or skating by. Put 'em in or keep 'em out.
"Beano was a unique human being and he was college football at ESPN. I am indebted to him. Beano was a tremendous help at the start of my television career and I would not be where I am today without him," ESPN analyst Lee Corso said. "I am forever grateful to Beano and the time we spent behind the GameDay desk."