You don’t need to be a swami to predict this ESPN legend’s inclusion in my new sports comic book Favorite Sportscasters.
Check out this excerpt about one of my top talking heads in sports.
My choice for the #6 spot is arguably one of sports media’s most respected and decorated television broadcasters.
Synonymous with the ESPN brand, Chris Berman started with the then fledgling network way “back…back…back” in 1979.
Today’s #TBT sports blog remembers the former St. Louis Rams football team before the franchise relocated to Southern California. The team entertained NFL fans with their amazing speed and ability to score quickly and often and earned a clever nickname … Continue reading
Today’s 2 Cent Tuesday sports blog stokes the embers of sports fans’ favorite sayings. They’re expressions that we’ve all used at some point while describing a game or in a simple conversation. Julius Caesar’s “Vedi Vidi Vici” (Latin for I … Continue reading
“Yes!” ~ TNT Announcer Marv Albert Thanks to Marv Albert, NBA announcer on TNT, we recite, “yes!” whenever we passionately affirm something. That’s because Albert vocalized “yes!” at key times in big games during his 30 year broadcasting career. Albert’s … Continue reading
Yesterday’s launch of my new sports comic book Favorite Sportscasters immediately captured sports fans’ attention and spawned complimentary comments regarding one of my surprise sportscasting picks for the book.
So, I’ve chosen to include a chapter excerpt today about the unexpected choice of my favorite cartoon sports commentator.
…..With a name that perfectly captures his comic strip persona, Tank McNamara barrels into the #7 spot in Favorite Sportscasters.
When organizing its first draft in 1936, the NFL never imagined how successful its new event would become.
Nor did the NFL realize its growing sport would spawn its own unique language – NFL Draft Speak – complete with idiomatic phrases determining the future fortunes of forecasted first round picks.
Last year’s NFL Draft telecast surpassed competing NBA playoff game coverage. And now, the most televised non-athletic athletic event calls for expert analysis like never before.
The velvet voice of international football’s (soccer’s) Ian Darke may still not be as universally popular in the United States as in other parts of the globe.
However, thanks to a new ESPN commercial, filmed in collaboration with the creative agency The Vault, Darke should immediately become better known in scores of American households in time for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil this June.
The Rams’ entertaining play caused ESPN announcer Chris Berman to remark, “Forget Ringling Brothers: the Rams are the Greatest Show on Earth.”
(Satire) ESPN’s Bob Ley and Stuart Scott are smiling. Their legendary broadcasting buddy, Chris Berman, stepped way “outside the lines” this morning on my sports television talk show with a bold prediction. Booyah! Commenting on last night’s ESPY Awards in … Continue reading