Lee Corso’s ‘Not so fast, my friends’ gets autotuned (Video)

Sep 1, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; ESPN analyst Lee Corso on the set of ESPN College Gameday before the game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Michigan Wolverines at Cowboys Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

ESPN college football analyst Lee Corso is most widely known for his tradition of putting on headgear to choose the winner of the biggest college football match ups each week, but he is also known for his tagline, “Not so fast, my friends.”

As ESPN has done in the past, they decided to take sound bites of Corso using his famous line to put together a hilarious music video.

Corso gets the autotune treatment that we have seen the sports network use with Skip Bayless and his love for Tim Tebow, but this one is slightly less annoying and it is actually a bit catchy.

You will see the video throughout the week if you tune in to ESPN, but until then, be sure to check it out below and let us know where you think it ranks among the previous ESPN autotune sound clips.

Here is the video that was put together:

Who would have ever guessed Lee Corso could be so cool?

Topics: College Football, Lee Corso, NCAA Football

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