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Corso Returns to College Gameday Amid Frigid Temperatures

After being away from College Gameday for the past three weeks, Lee Corso returned to TV as ESPN visited Bozeman, Montana on Saturday. It is the show’s first trip to Bozeman for the Montana and Montana State rivalry game, the fourth oldest rivalry in the country.

As a result of heading all the way north, the conditions include almost freezing temperatures as everyone on the desk had to dress as warmly as possible. Corso specifically is bundled up as he returns from his undisclosed health issues.

The college football analyst has missed a handful of shows all season, but he is always happy to return to the place that made his career.

“I’m happy to be here,” he said. “I missed you guys like crazy.” 

Corso’s last appearance on the show was in Eugene, Oregon for Oregon-UCLA, and he missed a few shows earlier in the year as well. After resting up, Corso decided to brave the elements and join Gameday to make a new headgear pick.