Emotional Lee Corso cries while thanking ESPN, fans

On Saturday, ESPN celebrated the 20-year anniversary of longtime CollegeGameDay analyst Lee Corso donning headgear to make picks. Here’s the montage that played while the show stopped in College Station:.

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What’s even better is Corso’s reaction – he thanked the crew on the long-running show and the network for not letting him go after he suffered a stroke in 2009:.

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“Thank you for not getting rid of me when I had the stroke. [They] let me recover. And thanks to all the guys on the set, the trucks and everything, for helping with the headgear. But most of all, thanks to the fans.”

The beautiful moment ended with Texas A&M fans chanting his name.

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