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Nov 8, 2014; East Lansing, MI, USA; ESPN television analysis Lee Corso on the sidelines at Spartan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Lee Corso Will Announce His Retirement

We lost one iconic college football analyst when Lou Holtz announced he was calling it a career. Lee Corso, who has been part of ESPN’s College GameDay broadcast since its inception in 1987, will be the next to say goodbye.

Corso is a staple of the show, and despite his worsening goofs and blunders on-screen, people still love to hear what he has to say. Some tune in simply to see his headgear selection at the end of the show.

But you can tell when someone seems as though they are winding down, and although Corso still shows a lot of enthusiasm, it’s obvious he’s getting tired. At some point this season (possibly before it begins), the announcement will be made that Corso will retire at the end of the year.

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