Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Alfred91, Sep 3, 2013.
You forgot one.
Perhaps Brett Musenburger is a Big 12 honk who probably is still fuming about CU leaving the Big 12.
Brett or Brent?
Brent is awesome. I know a lot of people can't stand the guy. He's prone to hyperbole and over-excitement. However, I'll never forget his rant about the tree huggers in Berkely. He's been my hero since then.
Brent has also called some great Buff games in history. He is prone to exaggerating the moment, however.
Bret, Brent - whatever.
I have moments when I'm okay with him and moments that I'm not.
When he said Saturday that a fat sleeping dog was the greatest mascot in college football, I wasn't so okay with him.
**** dogs, I said it.
As someone who married into a Bulldawg family - I still do not get all of the love of Uga. It's a fricking dog who gets his own hotel suite and then sleeps on a pile of ice during football games. I get the tradition and lineage (aka "inbreeding") but it's still a domesticated animal. S*** - Colorado is a huge dog-loving state - if we could bring our dogs to CU games, we'd probably have more of them than people!
He also said that the Clemson entrance through the end zone stands is the best entrance in football and "the most exciting 25 seconds in college football". Puh-leeze!!!
I'm just happy the creepy old guy is finally talking about something besides me.
AJ McCarron's girlfriend
Well, folks, I think Brent's an idiot. As for the dog, maybe he sees the resemblance in the mirror every morning?
I was quite perturbed when he said that.
I missed the game on Saturday, but I am certain he said "snaps one off" on several passing plays. I always thought snapping one off had a different meaning.
Don't say this around fusker fans, they might try it.
Mushberger says a lot of crap during games without thinking. When he isn't drooling over somebodies girlfriend (at least he picks them of age unlike Henderson) he is calling things the greatest this and greatest that.
Always feels like a big game when he's doing the broadcast. But, as stated, he dishes the hyperbole.
And at 74 years old he's also kind of creepy at times since he has trouble editing himself:
I still don't see what's wrong with what he said.
If Brent's still alive by the time we get a primetime game that he'll call, he'll probably call Ralphie the best mascot in the universe.
I had to look it up! thanks!
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