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,…
Tonight’s national broadcast of the Broncos-Chiefs game featured an Idiot On The Field in Kansas City, and like most national games Kevin Harlan was calling play-by-play on Westwood One radio. Since his call of the Idiot in San Francisco earlier this season was one of the year’s best moments in sports, we’ll give it…
Idiots On The Field once again stormed a lousy Monday Night Football game tonight, which means their eventual punishment at the arms of New Jersey state troopers got called live on Westwood One radio by Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason.
The Idiot On The Field during tonight’s Monday Night Football game didn’t get much TV airtime, but Westwood One radio announcer Kevin Harlan gave the incident a treatment you absolutely MUST hear.
In the middle of a surprisingly competitive and entertaining game between the Lakers and Bulls, Kevin Harlan took a loose ball to the face. He was a good enough sport to call the replay of it, so that's how we get this clip of Kevin Harlan exclaiming "OHH my gosh, look at the pain!" as Kevin Harlan watches Kevin…
Kevin Harlan expertly gives the world a better view of the Cosby-sweatered gentleman sitting behind the TNT booth during a break in the action between the Blazers and Rockets in Portland. Thanks, Kevin Harlan.
In the waning moments of last night's Nuggets-Blazers game, play-by-play man Kevin Harlan had to read a promo for a new cooking show called Cook Your Ass Off. Sounds like a neat show! Like a true professional, Harlan made the most of his opportunity to say "ass."
Chris Paul tore up the Blazers last night. And while Portland pulled out the win, CP3 went off hard enough that Kevin Harlan broke out the NBA2k routine.
Dude likes his popcorn.
During a Clippers-Nuggets preseason game yesterday, commentator Kevin Harlan brought up the fact that Basketball Prospectus, a highly regarded, stats-driven site, had chosen the Nuggets to win the Western Conference this season. As Harlan says, BP made this prediction based on many reasonable factors: Denver's…
Charles Barkley wasn't the only one caught last night talking into a hot microphone that was picked up by NBA.tv during a TNT commercial break. Here, play-by-play man Kevin Harlan makes an eloquent case for how well he thinks the New Orleans Saints play at home.
Via Eye On Basketball, what was a commercial break on TNT was shown live on NBA.tv's stream. With a secretly hot mic and a live camera, Charles Barkley shed some light on his contract with Weight Watchers:
Either that or he lost track of the score. The latter's probably more likely. [h/t Benjamin]