When I first downloaded this clip and started to listen to it, I saw that it was over 15 minutes long, and I thought, "Eh, it's probably not worth it." And for a couple of minutes, it wasn't. And then this guy Michigan State radio guy begins the
slow rapid descent into madness.
This happened shortly after Michigan State's loss to Notre Dome, and I can't tell if this fellow is losing his voice, or if he's actually crying. And honestly, by the time it was over, I felt like crying, too. This guy actually brought me into a deep depression about Michigan State football, and I could give a rat's ass about Michigan State football.
But this man was so dire, so depressing, and so serious about Michigan State's loss to Notre Dame, than when he was done, I felt like I had just watched Schindler's List. I looked around the Internet to see if there was some kind of a foundation to which I could donate to help out the Spartans.
I think my favorite parts were when his co-host/partner tried to jump in at the 5:00 mark, and tried to stop him for the sake of his own mental health. Or when he started screaming about how he did his job to help the team win. Or how Michigan State's offensive coordinator is "the single worst offensive coordinator ever born into this world."
The audio is after the jump, and I apologize for the fact that it sucked balls. Odeo had always been good to me in the past. But it's been replaced.
MSU Radio Host Melts F—king Down On the Air [The House Rock Built]