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Why is Corso not on GameDay?

According to ESPN, Corso will not be visiting the capital city to do his iconic gameday pick €œdue to a health issue. ESPN has not released who will replace him for the show's first-ever visit to Jackson State.Oct 28, 2022

He joined ESPN after 28 years as a coach at the college and professional levels, including 17 seasons as a head coach. Corso is best known for his College GameDay headgear selection, in which he picks the winning team in the matchup that College GameDay is originating from.

Rece Davis leads the show in his eighth season as host and is joined at the desk by GameDay analysts Desmond Howard, Kirk Herbstreit, Lee Corso, Pat McAfee and David Pollack.

Lee Corso will miss his second straight weekend on ESPN's College GameDay for health reasons, show host Rece Davis announced Saturday morning live from Lawrence, Kansas.

ESPN Posts Lee Corso At Meeting For Saturday's 'college Gameday'

Lee Corso is officially returning to College Gameday this week. After Corso missed two weeks with an illness, ESPN posted a picture of him preparing to return to the program on Saturday. The show will return to Knoxville for the second time this year, after a show ahead of Tennessee vs. Florida in September.a day ago

ESPN Posts Lee Corso At Meeting For Saturday's 'college Gameday'

Lee Corso is officially returning to College Gameday this week. After Corso missed two weeks with an illness, ESPN posted a picture of him preparing to return to the program on Saturday. The show will return to Knoxville for the second time this year, after a show ahead of Tennessee vs. Florida in September.a day ago

Lee Corso made his triumphant return to College Gameday on Saturday in Knoxville after missing the last two weeks of the show due to being under the weather.

Lee Corso made his triumphant return to College Gameday on Saturday in Knoxville after missing the last two weeks of the show due to being under the weather.

Lee Corso Video: Apology For F

Earlier today on ESPN's College Gameday, Lee Corso got a bit excited during his big pick and dropped the f-bomb for the world to hear. During the final segment, Corso picked up the SMU megaphone giving hints of an upset. He then tossed it aside while saying "Ah, ---- it," and put on the Houston Cougar head.

Lee Corso Video: Apology For F

Rece Davis leads the show in his eighth season as host and is joined at the desk by GameDay analysts Desmond Howard, Kirk Herbstreit, Lee Corso, Pat McAfee and David Pollack.

Lee Corso is officially returning to College Gameday this week. After Corso missed two weeks with an illness, ESPN posted a picture of him preparing to return to the program on Saturday. The show will return to Knoxville for the second time this year, after a show ahead of Tennessee vs. Florida in September.

Lee Corso is officially returning to College Gameday this week. After Corso missed two weeks with an illness, ESPN posted a picture of him preparing to return to the program on Saturday. The show will return to Knoxville for the second time this year, after a show ahead of Tennessee vs. Florida in September.a day ago

ESPN Posts Lee Corso At Meeting For Saturday's 'college Gameday'

Lee Corso is officially returning to College Gameday this week. After Corso missed two weeks with an illness, ESPN posted a picture of him preparing to return to the program on Saturday. The show will return to Knoxville for the second time this year, after a show ahead of Tennessee vs. Florida in September.a day ago

ESPN Posts Lee Corso At Meeting For Saturday's 'college Gameday'

Lee Corso is officially returning to College Gameday this week. After Corso missed two weeks with an illness, ESPN posted a picture of him preparing to return to the program on Saturday. The show will return to Knoxville for the second time this year, after a show ahead of Tennessee vs. Florida in September.

Lee Corso is officially returning to College Gameday this week. After Corso missed two weeks with an illness, ESPN posted a picture of him preparing to return to the program on Saturday. The show will return to Knoxville for the second time this year, after a show ahead of Tennessee vs. Florida in September.a day ago