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Coca-Cola Zero TV Commercial, 'Prediction' Featuring Desmond Howard, Lee Corso

Ad ID: 1301980    30s    2015 ( Inactive )

The hosts of ESPN's College GameDay sit at an outdoor desk making their predictions about an upcoming football game. Commentator Kirk Herbstreit puts his bet behind the faster team, but former college coach Lee Corso retorts by making a new forecast. He puts on a headpiece designed to look like a Coca-Cola Zero bottle cap and predicts that viewers will be able to get a free Coke Zero by using Shazam as he pours a bottle of the soda into an ice-filled glass. When he finishes, all of the other sportscasters have their phones out, and anchor Rece Davis exclaims, "That was awesome!" Corso then asks for help getting the bottle cap off of his head, and former NFL player Desmond Howard calls for a giant bottle opener.

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“You Don't Know Zero 'Til You've Tried It”
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Desmond Howard ... Athlete, Kirk Herbstreit ... TV Personality, Lee Corso ... TV Personality, Rece Davis ... TV Personality
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