Lee Corso says Auburn won’t allow him to wear mascot head, Aubie responds

"Not so fast, my friend!" ESPN College GameDay hosts Lee Corso, left, and Kirk Herbstreit confer during the telecast from The Junction prior to Mississippi State playing Auburn. ((AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis))

“Not so fast, my friend!” ESPN College GameDay hosts Lee Corso, left, and Kirk Herbstreit confer during the telecast from The Junction prior to Mississippi State playing Auburn. ((AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis))

Lee Corso, everybody’s favorite crazy College Gameday personality, recently announced that Auburn is the only school that does not allow him to put on their headgear.

Since putting on mascot heads is, ya know, Corso’s thing, that didn’t sit well with him.

Apparently if a school does not allow Corso to perform a tradition that rivals corn-hole and chest-painting, then said school will not be picked by one man to win the game. Bummer.

Auburn’s mascot “Aubie” defended the school’s position in probably the best way someone who doesn’t want their head being worn could.

Save the felines, indeed.

Corso, and the rest of the College Gameday gang, will make their first appearance of the season in Fort Worth for the Alabama-Wisconsin game.

Bonus Lee Corso, headgear-related tweet:

 


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