Lee Corso Reveals His Picks for the College Football Playoffs

The Saturday edition of ESPN’s College GameDay concluded with the broadcaster’s playoff picks for the current college football season. The predictions that Desmond Howard made stunned everyone on the globe. According to his projections, Baylor, Michigan, Pitt and Texas A&M will advance to the CFP.

Despite Lee Corso’s reputation for commanding the attention of viewers during College GameDay, he opted for more conservative picks. According to the seasoned expert, Alabama, Georgia, Ohio State and Utah will advance to the postseason.

After that, Corso divulged his prediction for the national championship game, which pits Alabama and Ohio State against one another. “Ohio State wins the national title,” Corso said. “Roll Buckeyes.”

Corso isn’t the only member of the College GameDay crew who thinks the Buckeyes will win it all. The national championship game was between Ohio State and Alabama and Kirk Herbstreit picked Ohio State to win.

At the conclusion of the college football season, fans of the sport may want to review the selections made by the College GameDay team.

More About Lee Corso

Lee Richard Corso who was born in the United States on August 7, 1935 is a sports broadcaster and football analyst for ESPN. He is also a former coach. Since the program’s launch in 1987, he has served as a featured analyst for the College GameDay broadcast on ESPN.

Corso compiled a career college football coaching record of 73–85–6 during his time as the head football coach at the University of Louisville from 1969 until 1972, at Indiana University Bloomington from 1973 until 1982 and at Northern Illinois University in 1984.

He served in these capacities from 1969 until 1972. In 1985, he led the Orlando Renegades of the United States Football League, where they finished with a record of 5–13 under his direction as head coach.

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