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Lee Corso Calls Cute 5-Year Old A “Midget” [VIDEO]

ESPN’s Lee Corso pulled out a bazooka instead of a water pistol when he disagreed with a five-year old’s prediction on Saturday morning.

ESPN College GameDay definitely has some twists and turns with the zany Lee Corso on set.  You never quite know what to expect from him.  There was a laugh-out-loud moment on Saturday when College GameDay was in Eugene, OR for the Stanford-Orgeon game.

Brandon Pape is a five-year old Oregon fan that made some predictions during the show.  When Brandon picked the Yale Bulldogs to beat the Harvard Crimson, Lee Corso responded by saying, “Not so fast, midget.”  It was a hilarious moment.  I’d hate to be the person at ESPN that is in charge of responding to the hate mail from overly sensitive viewers that object to Lee Corso’s comments.

Lee Corso is basically “naked gym guy.”  I’ve talked about this numerous times on “The Noe Show.”  There are older men that simply walk around the locker room naked at gyms.  It’s not younger people.  It’s always men in their 40’s and up.  It’s as if they say “the heck with it” once they reach a certain age.

Whether you go to Gold’s Gym in Niskayuna or anywhere else in the Capital Region and beyond, every gym has naked gym guys.  Lee Corso is basically naked gym guy.  He’s going to cut it loose and say whatever is on his mind no matter what.  Sometimes, it makes for great television.  By the way, Corso was right.  Harvard beat Yale 34-24.

Brian Noe is the Brand Manager at 104.5 The Team, ESPN Radio in Albany, NY.  Brian also hosts “The Noe Show” weekdays from 1-3 pm ET on WTMM.

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