Lee Corso is often the life of the party on ESPN’s College GameDay. Even though the show is taking a socially-distanced approach to its first production of the 2020 season, Corso still offered something for all of us to discuss.

His setup from his home in Florida was absolutely spectacular. Not only did he have his own personal College GameDay desk, he was surrounded by cardboard cutouts of the entire crew.

That’s right, Desmond Howard, Rece Davis, Kirk Herbstreit and David Pollack, though they weren’t there in person, were with Corso in spirit — and cutout. It was the talk of social media and an early highlight for the pregame show.

The first College GameDay was produced from Bristol, Connecticut, the headquarters of ESPN. However, College GameDay will be back on the road starting next week, a pleasant surprise as the country continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.

College GameDay is heading to next week’s ACC clash between No. 1 Clemson and Wake Forest in Winston-Salem.