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Lee Corso still knows how to get the job done for ESPN ‘GameDay’

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Lee Corso is 78-years-old, and he admits age is beginning to catch up to him. He still experiences the remnants of a stroke he suffered a few years ago. Corso has cut back on his schedule and he must do daily vocal and throat exercises to maintain his voice. Hot tea with lemon and honey always is close to his side. (SportsJournalism.org)

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