Lee Corso Makes Triumphant Return To College GameDay

Lee Corso made his return to College GameDay today.

The legendary college football personality had missed several weeks of the ESPN event due to unspecified health issues, but fans saw him back in Bozeman early Saturday morning.

He looked to be enjoying himself in the frosty temps.

Lee Corso returns to College GameDay after missing several weeks. (Credit: College GameDay/David Hookstead photo)

Fans have been waiting for some positive news and they got it late Friday afternoon.

Previously, ESPN announced Friday that Lee Corso would be back on set in Bozeman, Montana for the Montana State vs. Montana game.

He had missed the last three straight GameDays and also a few more earlier in the season.

Lee Corso has been dealing with health issues all season.

While Corso’s health issues haven’t been publicly disclosed, it’s something that’s held him back pretty much from the start of the season.

Week after week when he’s gone, the cast has updated fans and have often said he’s in high spirits. Seeing as how Corso is 87, any issues with his health are automatically concerning.

You never want to see anyone get sick, and that’s especially true when they’re elderly.

Lee Corso missed several weeks of College GameDay with health issues. He’ll return Saturday for the Montana State/Montana game. (Photo by John Korduner/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Well, Corso is back and rolling. Honestly, it’s hard to think of a better spot for him to return. The city is on fire for College GameDay, and he looked awesome right from the start of the show.

People are fired up, happy to see Corso back and Bozeman is ready for a day of awesome action.

Lee Corso returns to College GameDay in Bozeman, MT after missing several weeks. (Credit: College GameDay/David Hookstead photo)

Hopefully, Corso is good to go the rest of the way. It’s awesome to see him back on our TV screens.

Written by David Hookstead

David is a college football fanatic who foolishly convinces himself every season the Wisconsin Badgers will finally win a national title. Has been pretending to be a cowboy ever since the first episode of Yellowstone aired.

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  1. Corso has been pure pain the last 5 or so years. I don’t get the obsession with pretending watching him is entertaining in any way anymore. Verne Lundquist had the decency to retire when he became noticeably slow and hard-of-speaking. Corso is hanging on bitterly, and apparently there are millions of CFB fans who are here for it. Why can’t we be honest and say he needs to retire?

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