Lee Corso can’t wear FSU gear because of Bill Murray

College Gameday is a staple in college football on Saturday mornings. You have Chris Fowler, Kirk Hebrstreit, Desmond Howard, and the colorful Lee Corso all giving their takes on the slate of football for that day.

The show is known for the last ten minutes where the panel and usually a guest pertaining to the home crowd where the show is being held makes their picks for the games. Corso is known for his crazy antics of wearing the team who he picks to win’s headgear or dressing up like their mascot.

Before last year’s Clemson/Florida State game, the crew rolled into Clemson, South Carolina to tackle the crazy fans outside Death Valley. For those who don’t know, Corso was a quarterback with the Seminoles and it was all too obvious who he would pick in the game.

Actor Bill Murray is an avid Tiger fan, so naturally he stood up to defend his beloved Purple and Orange. Insanity ensued.


Since that day, Corso hasn’t been allowed to dress up in Seminoles gear due to that incident. Sports Illustrated reported the news Monday afternoon.

Maybe next time ESPN should rethink allowing a fairly dangerous weapon to be brought onto stage when Bill Murray is around.

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