Lee Corso is officially back. The long-time college football analyst will be back in his chair as ESPN College GameDay kicks off the Week 12 schedule on Saturday.
The 87-year-old analyst will be with the crew in Bozeman, Montana, ahead of this weekend’s game between Montana and Montana State.
On the show, Corso is expected to make his 67th career headgear pick.
Corso missed five editions of College GameDay this season, first on Oct. 1 in Clemson when he woke up feeling unwell, and then again for the Kansas trip the following weekend.
Corso also missed the show’s visit to Jackson State and the clash between Georgia and Tennessee, when GameDay was in Athens.
A featured analyst on the GameDay program since its inception in 1987, Corso suffered a stroke in 2009, suffering partial paralysis, and requiring three days of intensive care followed by a week’s stay in the hospital.
The stroke impacted Corso’s speech, as he was unable to talk for a month after the incident. Since returning to the air, he has been scripting his appearances on the program.
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