Screenshot via YouTube/The Tennessee Show

College football is less than a month away and that means everyone's favorite Saturday morning program, College GameDay, will soon be back on your television screens with screaming fans, hilarious signs and, of course, Lee Corso wearing mascot uniforms.

By Extra Mustard
August 03, 2015

College football is less than a month away and that means everyone's favorite Saturday morning program, College GameDay, will soon be back on your television screens with screaming fans, hilarious signs and, of course, Lee Corso wearing mascot uniforms.

There is one school whose mascot get-up Corso will not be donning anytime soon though, as the longtime host said today he is no longer allowed to wear the Florida State Seminoles costume for a hilarious reason.

Back in 2013, GameDay was in attendance as No. 5 Florida State traveled to Death Valley to take on No. 3 Clemson, and Corso dressed as the Seminoles “Osceola” mascot along with his trademark spear, and was jokingly attacked by guest picker Bill Murray, who grabbed the spear and threw it off to the side, leading to the outfit being banned from the set.

Tennessee fan recreates Neyland Stadium in his front yard

[youtube:https://youtu.be/_2z5vd6tFa0]

 

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