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After Nearly 50 Years in Broadcasting, Brent Musburger is Retiring

by: Darrelle Lincoln On  Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Tags:  Brent Musburger   NCAA  

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One of the most storied careers in sports broadcasting is coming to an end at the conclusion of this month.

Longtime broadcaster Brent Musburger plans to hang it up after he calls his final college basketball game (Georgia at Kentucky) on January 31st, according to ESPN.

“What a wonderful journey I have traveled with CBS and the Disney company,” Musburger said. “A love of sports allows me to live a life of endless pleasure. And make no mistake, I will miss the arenas and stadiums dearly. Most of all, I will miss the folks I have met along the trail.

“But the next rodeo for me is in Las Vegas. Stop by and we’ll share a cold one and some good stories. I may even buy!”

ESPN President John Skipper added, “Brent’s presence and delivery have come to symbolize big time sports for multiple generations of fans. When he opens with his signature ‘You are looking live,’ you sit up straight in your chair because you know something important is about to happen. Brent’s catalog of big events is unmatched, and he has skillfully guided us through some of the most dramatic and memorable moments in sports with his authentic and distinctive style.  He is one of the best story-tellers to ever grace a sports booth.  We and the fans will miss him.”

 



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