ESPN college football analyst will speak at ICAST

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ESPN college football analyst Lee Corso was named as this year’s State of the Industry Breakfast keynote speaker at the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades in July.

The breakfast will be held from 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. on July 16 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.

Corso is known as one of college football’s most knowledgeable, opinionated and entertaining analysts. He is a key member of ESPN’s college football team, serving as an analyst on “College GameDay,” the network’s signature Saturday morning show. Corso joined ESPN in 1987 after 28 years as a coach at the college and professional levels, including 17 seasons as a head coach.

Tickets are required and can be purchased by calling Experient customer service at 301-694-5243 or when registering for the show.

ICAST is produced by the American Sportfishing Association, the sportfishing industry’s trade association, which looks out for the interests of the sportfishing community. The world’s largest sportfishing trade show annually hosts 10,000 members of the global recreational fishing industry.

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