WATCH: James Madison mascot scared of Lee Corso's headgear
ESPN analyst Lee Corso always ends the show by putting on a mascot head or dressing in a funny costume, and sometimes the crew is joined by a live animal, too.
On Saturday at James Madison, a powerhouse FCS school, the team’s mascot — Duke the bulldog — joined the squad at the desk.
However, when Corso put on the Dukes’ mascot head, real-life Duke wanted no part of it, getting scared and backing away, as you can see below:
Dog Wants Nothing To Do With Lee Corso pic.twitter.com/bIuoNMpFu3
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Kirk Herbstreit, meanwhile, tried to keep the dog from backing all the way off the table, doing his best to calm and contain Duke.
That’s not exactly a great sign for James Madison, but it’s probably safe to say the Dukes won’t back away from the Villanova Wildcats the same way Duke backed away from Corso.