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Topic - Lee Corso
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.
On the other side there's this: "Boise State can beat anybody in the country," ESPN's Lee Corso said on College Gameday earlier in the season. "But they play 10 non-BCS opponents and two BCS opponents in Virginia Tech and Oregon State. There's your answer."
"Earlier today on `College Gameday while picking the SMU-Houston game I got a bit excited and used an expletive that I shouldn't have used," Corso said. "I apologize and can promise it won't happen again."