Alex Rodriguez grew up in Miami. The school’s baseball stadium is named after him, even though he never actually played baseball for the Hurricanes (he signed a letter-of-intent to play baseball for the Hurricanes but decided to turn pro out of high school after he was drafted in the first round). So while the NFL and the Pro Football Hall of Fame are stocked with former Canes, A-Rod was an acceptable choice as guest-picker on ESPN’s “College Gameday,” which this week was stationed in Coral Gables ahead of the Miami-Notre Dame game.

It was a big honor, so A-Rod decided to bring out the big guns with not one but TWO popped collars.

But as A-Rod was making his picks, Busted Coverage reminded everyone that he’s pretty much a double agent.

A-Rod picked Miami, obviously. Lee Corso went the other way.

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