Uncle Brent is getting back in the game
The iconic voice of Brent Musburger soon will be calling games for the Raiders, the Review-Journal learned Tuesday.
Musburger has agreed to a three-year deal to be the radio play-by-play announcer for the Raiders starting this season, according to two sources familiar with the move. Both were not authorized to discuss the hiring.
Musburger, 79, and the Raiders declined to comment. The sources added that the move could be made official this week.
That might be the best news of the week right there. We have like two months to wait until we hear that sweet voice calling NFL games. Good for Uncle Brent. The guy went out and made himself very happy after ESPN kept taking away his high-profile broadcasting jobs. They made him call mid-range SEC games and Brent was like, nah, I’ll go work at a casino. And here we are a couple years later and Brent looks like a genius.
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Tonight was the first game in MLB history that 5 different players hit a HR for each team (regular season, playoffs or All-Star game).
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