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Lee Corso Makes Controversial Statement On ESPN's College GameDay

Lee Corso at the Ohio State-TCU game.

ARLINGTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 15: Lee Corso during The AdvoCare Showdown at AT&T Stadium on September 15, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

ESPN college football analyst Lee Corso is facing some criticism for a controversial statement about a major head coach this morning.

The iconic college football analyst believes a legendary head coach should be allowed to coach at his school for as long as he wants.

That coach: Kansas State's Bill Snyder.

Snyder has been facing serious criticism so far this season, with the Wildcats struggling in a major way, and many calling for a change in leadership.

Most around the country seem to believe that Snyder's time in Manhattan, Ks. should be coming to an end.

Corso, though, feels differently.

"The right thing is to let (Snyder) stay there as long as he wants..." he said.

Most would not agree with that.

Sure, Snyder has been incredible for Kansas State's program, but everyone's time comes to an end eventually. It probably isn't fair to the program to allow Snyder to decide when that time is.