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Predictions made by Lee Corso

Description of Lee Corso » Group Sports Media
Lee Corso is a TV sports analyst for ESPN. Lee works on ESPN's College Gameday and has a cult-like following due to his lovable nature. When predicting the outcome of a game, he'll usually wear a piece of the winning mascot's clothing.

Who's Wrong Prediction Scorecard for Lee Corso  
Total Known Predictions 5
Percent right 25% (1 Right, 3 Wrong, 1 Pending)

Lee Corso Predictions
#1:   Entered by alex (135) on 11/26/2006
Date Made:7/15/2006
Prediction:It will be a two-man race for the Heisman Trophy - Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn and Oklahoma running back Adrian Peterson.
Prediction Description:Lee said to Tony Barnhart of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: The player who gets his team to the BCS championship game will win the Heisman. If neither gets there, the Notre Dame quarterback always wins the tiebreaker.
Outcome:Wrong
Outcome Description:Adrian Peterson was injured early in the season and is not among the Heisman hopefuls.
#2:   Entered by alex (135) on 11/26/2006
Date Made:7/15/2006
Prediction:Texas will lose at least two games in 2006.
Prediction Description:Lee Corso said to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Tony Barnhart: There is a lot of talent left in Austin, but you don't replace a talent like quarterback Vince Young.
Outcome:Right
Outcome Description:Texas lost to Ohio State, Kansas State, and Texas A&M (as of 11/25/2006)
#3:   Entered by alex (135) on 11/26/2006
Date Made:7/15/2006
Prediction:The new, five-game BCS model is not going to catch on.
Prediction Description:Lee Corso said to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Tony Barnhart: The presidents wanted a fifth game to give greater access to the non-BCS conferences. I think that just made a farce of the whole system and devalued the other four games. You watch. Those two extra slots are just going to go to second-place teams in the BCS conferences. Then what have you gained?
Outcome:Pending
#4:   Entered by alex (135) on 11/26/2006
Date Made:7/15/2006
Prediction:The Ohio State bandwagon won't be crowded for long in 2006.
Prediction Description:Lee Corso said to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Tony Barnhart: Everybody has them No. 1, but have you seen now many tackles they lost on defense? I don't count starters. I count the number of tackles and Ohio State lost their top eight tacklers from a year ago. And a bunch of those guys were three-year starters. Not only do the Buckeyes have to go to Texas (on Sept. 9), they have to go to Iowa (on Sept. 30). That will be a very difficult game because Iowa is going to be really good.
Outcome:Wrong
Outcome Description:Ohio State rolled through the regular season and is playing for the national championship.
#5:   Entered by alex (135) on 11/26/2006
Date Made:7/15/2006
Prediction:Miami will bounce back because they have to.
Prediction Description:Lee Corso said to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Tony Barnhart: Miami's 40-3 loss to LSU in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl here in Atlanta was, in my opinion, the lowest point in the football history of the school. Larry Coker is catching heat because he's coaching at a school that has gotten spoiled with great coaches like Howard Schnellenberger, Jimmy Johnson, Dennis Erickson and Butch Davis. Miami still has a lot of question marks on offense. The [Sept. 4] game with Florida State will be huge for Coker and his program.
Outcome:Wrong
Outcome Description:Miami had a horrible 2006 season with coach Larry Coker getting fired as a result.


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