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Do you (still) like Big East basketball? Then you’ll love two men yelling into a woman’s birth canal.
Sure, he doesn’t call NCAA Tournament games anymore ever since he left CBS for Fox. Yeah, most of the talk surrounding him lately has been about Fox’s grooming him as a soccer (and ideally, future World Cup) voice. But make no mistake: Gus Johnson can still freak out over a basketball game unlike just about anyone else.
Gus Johnson Called Today’s Champions League Match Between Real Madrid And Manchester United. How’d He Do?
A short while ago, the first leg of Manchester United and Real Madrid’s Round of 16 Champions League matchup ended in a 1-1 draw at the Santiago Bernabéu. Gus Johnson, whom FOX sports is grooming to become the voice of the World Cup in 2018, called the match. It was his first premiere showcase. So, how’d he do?
Did you know that famed play-by-play man Gus Johnson has called 12 San Jose Earthquakes games on radio in the past year? Probably not, because we don’t know too many people that pay attention to the MLS, let alone the San Jose Earthquakes, let alone on radio. Turns out, though, that this all has a higher purpose.
Maybe you’ve forgotten now that months have passed since the Gus-less NCAA Tournament, but Gus Johnson is with Fox now, and he’s helping spearhead the network’s college football coverage. Fox hopes you’ll remember that, and they brought in another of their big recent acquisitions to help make sure you do. [h/t Awful Announcing]
When Dwayne Bowe hauled in a Matt Cassel catch and found the end zone, it gave Gus Johnson his first opportunity to go crazy for Fox NFL coverage.
If there are football games in 2011, longtime titan of play-by-play Marv Albert will be announcing them for CBS.
Recently, Greg Bishop of The New York Times sat down with Gus Johnson and discussed the broadcaster’s ballyhooed move from CBS to Fox. Johnson’s fans might not have been ready for the news…but Johnson was.
Marv Albert is in discussions with CBS to join the network and call the NFL and college basketball. He would essentially replace Gus Johnson who departed to Fox to cover college football and the NFL.