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Corso joined ESPN in 1987 and was part of the “College Game Day” premiere with original host and fellow ASA member Tim Brando and co-analyst Beano Cook.John Clayton, veteran ESPN NFL insider, has confirmed that he was one of the many announcers that was laid off by the network last month.“I swear on my late father, to have Vin come do some of the series with us and in my place would be an honor," Buck said."If someone can hypnotize him and make him say ‘yes,’ I will drive and pick him up myself.While Eli Manning's future as a player with the NY Giants is uncertain after being benched by the team earlier this week, the possibility of a broadcasting career might be on the horizon.According to a story by TMZ, legendary announcer and ASA member Al Michaels and CBS CEO Les Moonves both gave ringing endorsements of Manning while leaving an LA restaurant.Known as “The Professor,” Clayton was a well respected senior NFL writer and commentator for 23 years.Alex Rodriguez, former NY Yankees slugger, has signed a deal with ABC News. A-Rod will actually be appearing on shows like “Good Morning America,” “World News Tonight” and “Nightline” doing pieces on lifestyle, family and even finance.
Both hosts summoned their families to the set and thanked them and the fans for remaining loyal listeners for nearly two decades.
Along with the many awards to be given for the top performances in all sports from the past year, legendary L. Dodgers announcer and ASA Hall of Famer Vin Scully will be receiving the ESPYS Icon Award.
Lee Corso, longtime ESPN “College Game Day” anchor, has signed a multi-year deal with the network.
His touching and heartfelt speech included his famous quote, “Don’t Give up...
Don’t ever Give up.” Speaking of the ESPYS, it’s hard to believe the 25th anniversary event will take place tonight with former NFL great Peyton Manning serving as host.