Lee Corso is coming up on an awesome milestone this Saturday. The long-time member of College GameDay is slated to make his 400th pick during the Week 3 edition of the show.

The 88-year-old Corso has been a part of the College GameDay crew since its inception in 1987. Over the years, fans have come to love Corso for his pageantry during picks, as he reveals his selections with mascot heads.

Corso still being on set is a treat for viewers after he previously suffered a stroke in 2009 and missed 5 broadcasts in 2022 for health issues. Thankfully, Corso is healthy at the moment and able to bring joy to college football fans each Saturday.

Corso made his picks for the College Football Playoff before the Week 1 show.

Corso also previously played quarterback and cornerback at his alma mater Florida State. As a head coach, Corso captured 2 MVC titles in 1970 and 1972 with Louisville.

College GameDay will be in Boulder this weekend for the in-state matchup between No. 18 Colorado and Colorado State. Colorado will aim for a 3-0 start in its first season under new head coach Deion Sanders.