Another solid yet weirdly obvious choice would be Todd Gurley, one of the more recent great running backs to come through Georgia. The former Dawg was in Nashville last week for the game — why wouldn’t he make a top-10 matchup.
Gurley is currently a free agent, so he would have the time to come to the Classic City and be on the show of the current NFL Dawgs.
Not to mention, he has such a great personality and knows his football. Gurley is also young, so he would appeal to the younger crowds.
As one of the most beloved Dawgs, the fans would love to see him on the stage with Corso. I think out of this entire list, maybe outside Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean, Gurley would have the most fun with the situation.
Shoot, he could come up with something creative to match Corso’s headgear, and that would be incredibly awesome to watch. Gurley likes to be creative, so I’m sure ESPN would let him play it up big with Corso.
Of the people available, Gurley is a surprise to me. However, being in the NFL is intense, so there isn’t always the time. Well, those circumstances aren’t on the radar right now, so ESPN, this would be an excellent time to test the waters of having a guy like Gurley on the show. If you can have Saquon Barkley on the show, you can have the better running back, Todd Gurley.