Brent Musburger recently earned a demotion to the SEC Network, which is a shame. The legendary broadcaster is always saying something provocative, even if, as he did last night, it's "Ohhh yeah." Sexism, sure. Heteronormative? Usually. Interesting; always.
Fran Tarkenton, Jerry Tarkanian, pool, pond, right?
Yes, Kirk, you just heard Brent Musburger open the night saying, "Good evening and welcome, everybody, I'm Kirk Herbstreit along with Brent Musburger." Should be a good one!
This is fun! We got our hands on some raw, off-air satellite backhaul footage from tonight's Kansas State-Texas broadcast on ABC, and in the post-game we're invited to listen in on Kirk Herbstreit and Brent Musburger discussing the day in college football—and, notably, why so few people were able to watch their…
Some lucky fan before tonight's Kansas-Iowa State game got close enough to Brent Musburger to get a picture and a cleverly autographed poster.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: "Every girl wants to be told that they're pretty and they're beautiful."
The New York Times caught up with one-time Deadspin muse and object of misdirected Brett Favre affection Jenn Sterger yesterday (how's she doing? The profile included the quote, "[W]ith great cleavage comes great responsibility," so, fine) and in doing so noted that her first taste of fame came in a now-familiar…
At this point, you just have to hand it to veteran ESPN broadcaster Brent Musburger. Not only did he let the Katherine Webb controversy just roll off his shoulder, he had enough of the mojo left in him to continue the mackin' brigade. Here's his closing comments from tonight's Baylor-Kansas game, in which he refers…
As often happens during boring, blowout bowl games, the cameras and commentary shifted tonight from the action on the field to the stands and Alabama QB A.J. McCarron's girlfriend Katherine Webb. Okay, sure, mention she goes to Auburn and how scandalous that is—that's normal. ESPN announcer Brent Musberger, though,…
On Saturday night, we all speculated about what Brent Musburger could have said that was bad enough that ABC felt the need to cut off the audio while he and Kirk Herbstreit pulled themselves together. Today, we have the unedited version: piss. He said "piss," instead of "pick."
We're not sure exactly what Brent Musburger is saying here, because we're officially out of the business of reading lips. But his comments during tonight's Michigan-Alabama blowout were something that necessitated censors using the seven-second delay, and ones Musburger later remarked were "a Freudian slip." (The…
John Carlos and Tommie Smith, each raising a fist on the medal stand at the 1968 Olympics, have become an icon of that decade, and that climate, and of the changes that were a-coming. They're heroes now, but that the time they were seen by many as traitors, and agitators, and by at least one up-and-coming sports…
Look at that man. Look at the smile on his face, the joy in his heart. A man enjoying one of life's simpler pleasures, everything in his countenance revealing the easy-going, pleasant personality of a man who has lived with love in his heart and every day without a stroke of anger.
In October 2008, before most of the world knew anything about Jerry Sandusky, Brent Musburger was a guest on the Dan Patrick Show and offered a now seemingly prophetic glimpse into what kept Joe Paterno going. Originally published October 15, 2008.
Brent Musburger was oddly enamored with LSU safety Tyrann Mathieu's nom de guerre, uttering it a mystifying 14 times during tonight's broadcast of the BCS title game on ESPN. (He had the over.) Here are all of Brent's "Honey Badgers" for your.. enjoyment?
Your morning roundup for July 23, the day after we learned that high-school tennis coaches really might want to stay away from strip-club ownership.
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and internets to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.