Stroke fails to slow Lee Corso down

January 8th, 2010 - 7:21 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt  

Lee Corso New York, Jan 8 (THAINDIAN NEWS) Despite having a stroke in May 2009, the football analyst and Sports broadcaster Lee Corso, shoes no signs of slowing down. He is still very much active and he appeared on the ESPN’s College Game Day program and also takes part as commentator for the EA Sports NCAA Football. The Florida born Lee Corso, returned back to work on the Game Day, despite suffering from a stroke in 2009.

Perhaps he wanted to return on Game Day, as he has been featured on ESPN’s Colleges Game Day program since its inception. He also appears every year as a commentator for the EA Sports NCAA Football. “This is just a small bump in the road,” Corso said in a statement issued by ESPN. “A ‘not so fast, my friend’ in my game of life. I look forward to making a full recovery and returning to ESPN for my 23rd season analyzing the greatest sport in the world — college football.”

Leland “Lee” Corso was born in 1936. He is a well-known sports broadcaster and football analyst for ESPN. He has been featured on ESPN’s College Game Day program since its very inception and appears every year as a commentator in EA Sports’ NCAA Football. And in the off-season, Lee Corso serves as Director of Business Development for Dixon Ticonderoga, which is a Florida based pencil-manufacturing company.

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