James White’s touchdown in overtime gave the Patriots their fifth NFL title and ended one of the wildest Super Bowls in history. Here’s how that championship-winning play sounded on nine different broadcasts, including, in order: Fox, Fox Deportes, Patriots radio, Falcons radio, BBC Radio 5, Westwood One Radio,…
Well, there’s a headline I never really expected to write.
Tim McCarver signed off for the last time on Fox last night. In the video above, Joe Buck says "I love you" three times. McCarver's last word on a national broadcast is "ditto." Let's all be nice and remember there was a time when McCarver was actually really very good.
St. Louis's favorite son, Joe Buck, was on hand for Blues-Kings last night and the St. Louis booth of Darren Pang and John Kelly invited Joe inside for some lively banter and a surprise play-by-play turn. Buck admittedly has no idea who any of the Kings are—to be fair to Joe, neither does Los Angeles—and refers to…
Joe Buck came by today for a lively and entertaining chat. After deciphering his Joycean prose style, here's what we learned about Joe:
We have Fox broadcaster and occasional Deadspin contributor Joe Buck in the discussion below. He'll be taking your questions for however long he can stand it. Fire away, Deadspinners.
Joe Buck is a lot of things, but lazy does not appear to be one of them. He will work both the San Francisco 49ers-New York Giants game at 4:25 p.m. and the San Francisco Giants-St. Louis Cardinals game at 8:15 p.m. (both times eastern).
Four 10-milligram Vicodin tablets, crushed up and snorted, and a couple of whiskeys, to be exact. This information comes to us from Xojane.com, and it gives us a bit more clarity on what exactly was going through Artie's mind when he went on Joe Buck Live and asked Joe Buck if his second favorite website was…
Joe Buck is an old pal of ours, so I must express some alarm at his current approach to facial grooming. It appears to be having a significant and negative effect on his colleagues, as seen before yesterday's Broncos-49ers game in Denver. The power of Joe Buck's protobeard has put Terry Bradshaw to sleep while…
So Joe Buck, Dave Coulier, Darren Pang, and radio guy Kelly Chase got together for last night's Blues game. And you still think the Illuminati aren't real? Wake up, sheeple. [Twitter]
An email exchange very early this morning, regarding Joe Buck's "We will see you tomorrow night" call:
I can't believe I'm saying this, but that was really fucking cool.
"Buck should commentate funerals." "Fire this emotionless prick." "Buck makes Jim Nantz sound like Gus Johnson." "Tired and lame." The criticism of Joe Buck from the Internet peanut gallery is harsh—and even our friends at The Classical used this very space to describe his announcing as "fistful-of-Ambien disinterest