’s head has been recovered by police after two days it went missing. The big sized head of Lee Corso was stolen two days ago. Police have confirmed that the head of Lee Corso has been found and two suspects have been held in connection with the stealing of the head of ESPN’s Lee Corso.
It is pertinent to note that Leland Lee Corso serves as a sports presenter and football forecaster for ESPN. Lee Corso has been marked on the CollegeDay program since its start. Lee Corso emerged every year as an analyst in EA Sports’ NCAA Football.
According to sources, August Michael Zane Cuneo, 26, ofpicked the head of Lee Corso from the memorial Union Quad, and fled away. August Michael Zane Cuneo reportedly hid the head of Lee Corso in the nearby bushes. Joseph Westerberg, 25, from Harrisburg spotted August hiding the head of Lee Corso in the bushes.
The lost jumbo Corso head was found on Monday morning and now it is reportedly in the possession of the Oregon state police.
It should be noted that the hunt for the head of Corso attracted the national limelight on Sunday, when Erin Andrews of ESPN tweeted asking for return of the head. Meanwhile, Lee Corso was reportedly in Corvallis on Saturday. Lee Corso is recognized for putting on the head of a team’s amulet after coming up with a pre-game forecast that they are going to win.