Lee Corso, the outspoken and outrageous ESPN college football analyst, concluded the cable-television network's College GameDay show on Saturday with the F-Bomb.

Corso dropped the expletive in the show's final segment. It exploded after guest picker and Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis made his pick in the Houston Cougars-SMU Mustangs matchup, going with the Cougars. Corso then picked up a large SMU megaphone, an indication that he was possibly leaning toward choosing the Mustangs.

But after a few seconds of screaming into the megaphone, Corso realized things weren't working out as he had hoped, so he said Ah, ---- it, tossing the megaphone aside and reaching for the Houston mascot headgear.

Corso later returned to the air during ESPN's broadcast of the Nebraska-Michigan game to apologize.

Earlier today on 'College GameDay,' while picking the SMU-Houston game, I got a bit excited and used an expletive that I shouldn't have used, Corso said. I apologize and can promise it won't happen again.

Watch Corso get a bit excited in the video below:

You can watch Corso's apology in the video below: