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Lee Corso brought to tears during 'College GameDay' by tributes and chanting fans

We love you coach Corso. A college Saturday does not start until Lee Corso says so, and he says so by putting on a mascot head. After that, games can start and we can enjoy this great sport. This Saturday, College GameDay ran a fantastic supercut of Corso moments throughout the years to celebrate the 20th anniversary of him first donning a mascot head. .embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.
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