Lee Corso looks like he might be capable of doing College GameDay for another 15 years.
The 82-year-old affectionately called “Coach” is always a live-wire, but this week he took it to another level.
A wild crowd made up mostly of Penn State Nittany Lions went berserk after Corso picked their team to emerge victorious over Big Ten rival Michigan.
But it was already a wild atmosphere, when Corso kicked things off by crowd surfing among the Penn State faithful.
Corso eludes to having picked Penn State to win only three times in his entire history of doing College GameDay. He was 2-1 in those picks, and he believes he’ll improve to 3-1 today.
The No. 2 Nittany Lions are led by Heisman hopeful Saquon Barkley, and welcome the Michigan Wolverines into Happy Valley at 7:30 p.m. ET on Saturday. Penn State is looking to win its second consecutive Big Ten title en route to making their first College Football Playoff appearance.
Their schedule doesn’t let up after this week, as they draw Ohio State in Columbus on Oct. 28.