Corso can't wear FSU costume due to a previous Clemson-FSU GameDay incident


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ESPN GameDay was in Clemson for #5 Florida State vs. #3 Clemson matchup back in 2013 and had the actor-comedian Bill Murray as the celebrity guest picker.

Murray picked the Tigers to prevail in the contest and then proceeded to jokingly kick Lee Corso's $%&!

The famous actor eventually threw Osceola's spear into the side crowd that led to a ban of the FSU costume being worn by ESPN GameDay co-host Lee Corso.

The Seminoles went on to a 51-14 victory over the Tigers in Death Valley.


ICYMI: Of course, who would ever forget this following hilarious video during the same ESPN GameDay episode.

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