“John Madden used to say this, and I’ve bought in wholeheartedly,” Gaudelli said. “The NFL is at its best when the Bears are good.”
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Once the shock of former Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville’s firing faded, I pondered his future. Naturally, my first thought turned to broadcasting.
As with many college alumni, Dave Eanet’s allegiance to his alma mater is strong. But Eanet’s might be stronger than others’.
Dave Wannstedt could have his own television channel. That’s how packed his weeks are as a football analyst.
For the 30 million cord-cutters in the U.S. – a number that’s expected to grow to 65 million next year – Stadium is their only option for 24/7 sports.
Silverman was a typical sports-crazed kid growing up in Skokie. He’d fall asleep listening to Cubs games and pore over box scores when he woke up.
Since joining the network in 2015, the Glen Ellyn native and Glenbard West graduate has established himself as a prominent analyst.
Though he’s polarizing to many, even among Sox fans, he always has brought an entertainment value to his broadcasts that not a lot of announcers can.
That’s not to say Jason Witten was bad, but McFarland was more insightful and wasn’t afraid to express his opinion.
She’ll make her NFL broadcast debut Sunday as the sideline reporter for the Titans-Dolphins game on Fox with Sam Rosen and Cris Carter.
Brian Barnhart begins his 17th season behind the mic Saturday. With a distinct voice, he delivers a solid call with excitement and humor.
In April, Comcast removed BTN outside the conference’s footprint. If an agreement can’t be reached before Sept. 1, it will pull BTN nationwide.
His presence was felt everywhere when he played, but it hasn’t been since. And even with “HOF” next to his autograph, it might stay that way.
The Sox had the second-worst prime-time TV ratings on RSNs at the All-Star break, according to Forbes. That poses a challenge for NBCSCH.
“He’s very talented,” Jeff Joniak said. “He calls a game the way I like to call a game. He calls it very exciting. Does his homework. You hear it.”