Musburger on Center Stage as Always

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It’s only fitting that Brent Musburger has found himself embroiled in two controversies in the span of one week. He’s been the most divisive sportscaster on television for as long as I can remember.

It all revolves around the fact that unlike others play-by-play men of his generation such as Keith Jackson and Al Michaels, Musburger has made a career out of injecting himself into his broadcasts.

Whether it’s pushing one of his clichéd catch-phrases (i.e. “You are looking LIVE at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio!”), using hokey words (folks, partner, big fella, etc.), prematurely...

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