Lee Corso update: Chris Fowler shares news on College GameDay personality
Lee Corso will be back on the College GameDay set this Saturday. Corso’s former GameDay colleague Chris Fowler shared the news Friday on Twitter.
Fans have become concerned about the analyst, as he has missed several appearances this season, including the 3 most recent shows. At 87 years old, Corso has suffered several medical setbacks, including a stroke in 2009 that left him with partial paralysis and speech issues. No details have been provided, with ESPN simply saying Corso was suffering “a health issue” to explain his absences this season.
“Awesome news! Look who’s back?! Mr Corso reunites with the (College GameDay) gang tomorrow up in Bozeman, Montana. Hope LC packed his warmest coat! Seeing him on my TV tomorrow will warm my heart.”
Awesome news! Look who's back?! Mr Corso reunites with the @CollegeGameDay gang tomorrow up in Bozeman, Montana. Hope LC packed his warmest coat! Seeing him on my TV tomorrow will warm my heart pic.twitter.com/HRwdWLEvtI
— Chris Fowler (@cbfowler) November 18, 2022
Corso has been a featured analysis on GameDay since the program began in 1987. Corso will join fellow anchors Desmond Howard, Rece Davis, Pat McAfee and Kirk Herbstreit on Saturday in Bozeman.