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Lee Corso picks TCU with his 250th head gear selection

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: November 1st, 2014 at 12:02 PM EST

College Game Day has become a college football tradition over the near two decades. In addition, so has Lee Corso.

The former college football coach has been making a “head gear” selection for the biggest game of the week. This week, he had to pick between the TCU Horned Frogs visiting West Virginia Mountaineers.

Lee Corso (Getty Images)

Lee Corso (Getty Images)

Corso has picked the Horned Frogs to beat the Mountaineers. He has made 10 straight Week 10 picks. He hasn’t lost in this week since the Georgia Bulldogs defeated the Florida Gators in 2002.

The Horned Frogs come into the game as the 7th ranked team, while the Mountaineers are 20th. TCU has a 6-1 mark, while West Virginia is 6-2.

The teams have split the past two Big 12 meetings. Both of these games have been decided by just four points.

TCU will be the sixth Top 10 team that will play in Morgantown since 2009. Of the previous five games, the Mountaineers have a 3-2 record, including a 41-27 win over No. 4 Baylor a few weeks ago.

The tradition dated back to 1996 when he made his first pick. It all started on October 5th, 1996 when Corso picked Ohio State Buckeyes to beat then-No. 4 ranked Penn State Nittany Lions.

The Buckeyes would go on to upset Penn State, and the tradition would follow.

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