Lee Corso has endorsement deals for the Hooters restaurant chain as well as The Home Depot, Pontiac, and Scott's fertilizer.
Lee Corso is a motivational speaker.
Lee Corso was Florida State's all time interceptions leader until Deion Sanders broke it in his last college game.
Lee Corso received a master's degree in administration and supervision in 1958.
Lee Corso is a member of the Florida State University Hall of Fame.
Lee Corso was the college roommate of actor Burt Reynolds.
Lee Corso coined the phrase: "Not so fast my friend."
Lee Corso is known for putting on the head of the mascot of the team he chooses to win the NCAA football game of the week, during his telecast of College GameDay.
Lee Corso originally was an Arena Football analyst for ESPN, and eventually moved to college football.
Lee Corso served as General Manager of the World League's Orlando Thunder from January to July of 1991.
Lee Corso was an assistant football coach for 11 seasons, split between Florida State, Maryland, and Navy.
Lee Corso coached the Orlando Renegades of the United States Football League (USFL) in 1985.
Lee Corso coached Northern Illinois to a 4-4-1 mark in 1984 before becoming a professional football coach.
Lee Corso was the head football coach at Indiana University for 10 seasons.
Lee Corso compiled a 28-11-3 record at Louisville, including taking them to their first bowl game ever, the Pasadena Bowl.
Lee Corso was the head football coach at Louisville from 1969-72.
Lee Corso is a studio analyst for ESPN's College GameDay each Saturday during college football season.
Lee Corso serves as a game analyst for ESPN's Thursday night college football telecasts.
Lee Corso is Director of Business Development for Dixon Ticonderoga in Maitland, Florida.
Lee Corso was a head football coach for 17 seasons.
Lee Corso had 28 years of football coaching experience.
As of 2006, Lee Corso is a College Football Analyst.
Lee Corso joined ESPN in 1987.
Lee Corso went to Florida State University.