Lee Corso Drops An F-Bomb at the end of College Gameday

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To know Lee Corso is to love him. Especially when he’s making his picks at the end of College Gameday. In making today’s pick between SMU and Houston, Corso initially pretended to go with SMU. Then tossed aside a megaphone and said, “Ah, f—, it.” Co-hosts Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit absolutely lost it. I was off Twitter and when I checked it again so many of you had Tweeted me about Corso’s f-bomb that I thought someone had been assassinated.

i’ve always been of the opinion that the curse word restriction on television is pretty stupid. I mean, every CSI episode is about a stripper being gruesomely murdered in a sex game gone awry yet our virgin ears can’t hear a curse word?

Anyway, Corso has already apologized for the f-bomb. But here it is in all its glory. 

By the way, anyone else blame Carl Lewis for this? I do.  

This is actually Corso’s second Gameday f-bomb.

Enjoy the first.

I’m not a big curser, but the fact that I’ve made it two years on live radio — 15 hours a week — without dropping a single curse word, stuns my 3HL co-hosts Blaine and Brent.

For full disclosure, I once dropped an F-bomb on Chris Vernon’s Memphis radio show.

YouTube clip via Twitter follower @kerouacsails

Second YouTube clip via Twitter follower @sethpurcell5

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