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can't stand the guy. He got a DUI in downtown Lincoln a couple years ago after a night game. He is a winner
Add Verne, Lou Holtz, and the PTI jackasses and you've got my list of most hated.
I love watching Holtz get worked by Mark May
God, give me patience today. If given strength I may beat someone to death.
Mark works Lou into such a frenzy sometimes I swear he needs a faceshield.
Best cfb analysts are herbstreit, pollack, and Jessie palmer
And Bruce feldman
Herbstreit is my favorite and it's not really even close. For an honorable mention, I think Desmond Howard does fairly well on CGD. Pollack is growing on me but I don't care for Palmer. He just says some ignorant ish sometimes.
Love Danielson. Verne has a great voice for it, but golf is more his pace now.
Really like Ed Cunningham on ESPN2 as well.
Worst.. Chicago White Sox Announcer, he's such a homer that you cannot listen if you're the opposing team and he's annoying.
The best is Vin Skully, IMO.. Seems like the only one left with that old school voice
(Gus Johnson is still the mother friggin' man though)
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Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
I like Herbstreit alot. Rod Gilmore is another good one.
can't believe it's gone two pages without mention of Gruden, does a great job.
Best: Gus Johnson, Jeff Van Gundy, Sean McDonough
Worst: FP santangelo, musberger, any woman
Well I gave everyone a chance and didn't see it posted so I may be alone here and I'm prepared for that. Am I the only one who doesn't care for Joe Buck? I feel like he'd be better suited as the head speaker for the national spelling bee.
Quite the opposite though, there weren't many better than Keith Jackson in his prime.
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