Lee Corso didnâ€™t just drop on a mascot head and a pick on the Houston GameDay crowd today, Corso dropped an F-bomb on them as well.
Corso was so hyped on his pick of the unbeaten Houston Cougars that the analyst blurted out an F-bomb live on ESPN as he tossed aside an SMU megaphone in favor of the Cougars mascot head instead.
Shocked by the “F— it” outburst by Corso, guest picker Carl Lewis, and ESPN co-hosts Kirk Herbstreit and Chris Fowler, covered their faces and doubled over in laughter at what was one of his wackiest of his 100-plus GameDay picks yet.
“Glad there’s a delay,” Herbstreit joked, although most of the country saw blunder without a beep, forcing Corso to make an on-air apology during the commercial break of the early game at Michigan.
“Earlier today on College GameDay while picking the SMU-Houston game I got a bit excited and used an expletive that I shouldnâ€™t have used,” he said. “I apologize and promise it wonâ€™t happen again.”
Well, it’s happening again below. Here’s the video of Coro and his F-bomb (contains explicit language):