- — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter)Thu, Oct 11 2012 09:48:23Beano Cook, longtime staple of the college football scene & @ESPNCFB commentator since 1986, passed away Weds. night. He was 81.
- — Dick Vitale (@DickieV)Thu, Oct 11 2012 11:40:19Thanks BEANO 4 all the memories but most of all thanks 4 your FRIENDSHIP -GOD BLESS - RIP! http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/8490526/beano-cook-espn-commentator-cardinal-college-football-dies …ollege-football/story/_/id/8490526/beano-cook-espn-commentator-cardinal-college-football-dies
- — Tim Brando (@TimBrando)Thu, Oct 11 2012 09:29:42We lost CFB's crown jewel today, Caroll "Beano" Cook passed away in his sleep. No greater ambassador and historian for CFB than the Beanster
- — Rob Dibble (@robdibble49)Thu, Oct 11 2012 15:04:29What a sad day. Beano Cook, longtime CF analyst passed. 1931-2012. I loved working with him, he loved sports and was a true Gentleman. RIP
- — Ryan S. Kimberly (@ryankimberly3)Thu, Oct 11 2012 15:04:04Going to miss Beano Cook's insight and opinions on College Football but especially his insight on the Irish...rest in peace...
- — Dan in Pittsburgh (@DanInPittsburgh)Thu, Oct 11 2012 14:50:26Sad to hear about Beano Cook. Used to love his weekly segments with Stan & Guy on ESPN Radio. A little piece of traditionalism died today.
- — Arman Belding (@armanbelding)Thu, Oct 11 2012 14:33:08Deeply saddened by the loss of Beano Cook. Doubt there will ever be a college football historian quite like, or as good, as he. #RIPBeano
- — Theodore Magnusson (@TeddyMagnusson)Thu, Oct 11 2012 14:30:38RIP Beano Cook. Always an interesting man to listen to. His favorite band? Ohio State. hahaha. He will be missed.
- — Scott Tomino (@ScottTomino)Thu, Oct 11 2012 15:03:55RIP Beano Cook. Not only was he well known college football analyst, but we in Pittsburgh enjoyed his sports commentary for many years...