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York: New 49ers GM Lynch 'equipped with tremendous insight'2017-02-01 16:08:42
York: New 49ers GM Lynch 'equipped with tremendous insight' York: New 49ers GM Lynch 'equipped with tremendous insight' By Matt Maiocco January 30, 2017 1:24 PM
John Lynch was a leader on the field during his 15-year NFL career.
And 49ers CEO Jed York -- as well as presumptive head coach Kyle Shanahan -- are hoping he can exhibit the same characteristics as an NFL general manager.
Fosters Comment on Brent Musburger insists Joe Mixon comments had nothing to do with ESPN departure by planecrashguy2017-02-01 16:08:46
Fosters Kentucky opens as a 16.5-point favorite over Georgia2017-02-01 16:08:48
Vegas has spoken and the Cats are a 16.5 point favorite in tomorrow’s game vs. Georgia at Rupp Arena. Kentucky’s 1-5 against the spread in the last six games, so you know, who knows.
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Fosters Cal coming up on radio2017-02-01 16:09:01
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How about THIS GUY for a surprise guest? Brent Musburger in the house for Cal's Call-In Show WATCH LIVE http://www.ukathletics.com/game-center/588ba051e4b0c62e6fbf8212/…
Fosters Brent Musburger, Sports Broadcasting Legend, to Call Final Game Next Week2017-02-01 16:09:03
Brent Musburger, Sports Broadcasting Legend, to Call Final Game Next Week More Brent Musburger, an iconic play-by-play announcer, will call his final game on January 31.
The sports broadcaster, who started his career with CBS before moving to ESPN, announced Wednesday he’s retiring at the age of 77.
“What a wonderful journey I have traveled with CBS and the Disney company,” Musburger said...
ESPN denies Brent Musburger’s claim there was “no blowback” from Joe Mixon comments2017-02-01 16:08:45
ESPN denies Brent Musburger’s claim there was “no blowback” from Joe Mixon comments Posted by Andrew Bucholtz on Jan 30, 2017 18:00
When the news of Brent Musburger leaving ESPN and ABC to headline the new Vegas Sports and Information sports radio network first came out, some wondered if this had any relation to his controversial comments on Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon during the...
Fosters Reminder: Brent Musburger calling Kentucky/Georgia tomorrow, his final game for ESPN2017-02-01 16:08:47
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Brent Musburger is calling tomorrow’s Kentucky/Georgia game alongside Jay Bilas, his final game for ESPN. Last week, the news that Musburger is leaving ESPN was spun mostly as a retirement, but turns out it’s far from that. According to Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch, Musburger is embarking on a new career in Las Vegas, where he’ll be the...
Fosters Brent Musburger Joined John Calipari’s Call-In Show2017-02-01 16:08:52
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After John Calipari slogged through the first 30 minutes of his call-in show, Brent Musburger joined Cal and Tom Leach to share a few stories before calling his final game for ESPN.
“What a wonderful place to end it, Rupp Arena,” Musburger said as soon as he entered the show.
The legendary broadcaster explained why he decided to hang up his...
Fosters Brent Musburger is retiring from sportscasting at age 772017-02-01 16:09:02
1 / 3 FILE - In this Jan. 23, 1984, file photo, Oakland Raiders coach Tom Flores clutches the Super Bowl trophy as Raiders managing general partner Al Davis is interviewed by Brent Musburger in the locker room after their 38-9 win over the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl XVIII in Tampa, Fla. At right is NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle. Musburger is calling an end to his broadcast career....
Fosters Top 25 Super Bowl moments of all-time2017-02-01 16:09:09
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From great plays to lasting images on and off the field. Here’s what we think of when the topic of the Super Bowl greatest moments comes to mind.
Quick. What’s the first thing that comes to mind if someone says Super Bowl?
Tom Brady? Joe Montana? Lady Gaga? Wings and nachos? The list is simply endless and varies from fan base to fan base.