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    Re: Phil Savage Steps Down as UA Radio Color Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by bamamc1 View Post

    How not to do a radio broadcast.
    I didn't make it thru to the end. That was awful.
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    Re: Phil Savage Steps Down as UA Radio Color Analyst

    Martin Houston has a pretty good sports radio show in Tuscaloosa. He also works as a pastor and a good bit of public speaking on leadership and team building. I think he would be a really good sideline analyst as well.


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    Re: Phil Savage Steps Down as UA Radio Color Analyst

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    How not to do a radio broadcast.
    I lost all respect for Stan White during that segment...total embarrassment showing his blind homerism.

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    Re: Phil Savage Steps Down as UA Radio Color Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by NoNC4Tubs View Post
    I lost all respect for Stan White during that segment...total embarrassment showing his blind homerism.
    They call ALL the games that way. It really makes you realize just how good our radio team is. There's no question who they're rooting for, but they never get into this sort of nonsense.
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    They call ALL the games that way. It really makes you realize just how good our radio team is. There's no question who they're rooting for, but they never get into this sort of nonsense.
    I suspect that they are providing what the fans demand. In Columbus, the fans expect a similar homer POV. It is really hard to listen to.

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    Re: Phil Savage Steps Down as UA Radio Color Analyst

    Wow. Couldn’t finish it. I had never heard any part of an Auburn broadcast before (besides the occasional TV cut out of the guy from the Vienna Boys Choir squealing about a play or “touchdown auburn”). Never again.

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    Re: Phil Savage Steps Down as UA Radio Color Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by B1GTide View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jthomas666 View Post
    They call ALL the games that way. It really makes you realize just how good our radio team is. There's no question who they're rooting for, but they never get into this sort of nonsense.
    I suspect that they are providing what the fans demand. In Columbus, the fans expect a similar homer POV. It is really hard to listen to.
    Yep! Anything less than blind homerism and burning hatred for "Big Brother" is unacceptable to the West-Opelika CULT.
    Honestly, it would be sad, if it wasn't so PATHETIC......

    It's why Navid Nousel, [EDIT] the, at one time, evil "person", was so popular down there.

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    Re: Phil Savage Steps Down as UA Radio Color Analyst

    Wasn't Christian Jones pretty good with a microphone in his hands?
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    Re: Phil Savage Steps Down as UA Radio Color Analyst

    Another name someone at work mentioned that I hadn't given much thought: Jay Barker. He's been out of work since his WJOX morning show was not renewed. I thought he was bad for sports talk radio because he's too deferent when the very structure of the show was meant to feed into the Iron Bowl rivalry. Being able to unburden himself from having to play nice may allow him to find his voice on radio. He's a bad sports talk guy but maybe a top notch homer color commentator?
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    Re: Phil Savage Steps Down as UA Radio Color Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by rgw View Post
    Another name someone at work mentioned that I hadn't given much thought: Jay Barker. He's been out of work since his WJOX morning show was not renewed. I thought he was bad for sports talk radio because he's too deferent when the very structure of the show was meant to feed into the Iron Bowl rivalry. Being able to unburden himself from having to play nice may allow him to find his voice on radio. He's a bad sports talk guy but maybe a top notch homer color commentator?
    My vote is for Rob Ezell. He would be a hoot in the booth, maybe do some CNS impersonations.

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    Re: Phil Savage Steps Down as UA Radio Color Analyst

    This is the best way to remember Stan White....https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjsnRxt6CeQ
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    I lost all respect for Stan White during that segment...total embarrassment showing his blind homerism.

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    Re: Phil Savage Steps Down as UA Radio Color Analyst

    Any recent rumblings on who the replacement will be for Phil?

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    Re: Phil Savage Steps Down as UA Radio Color Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by bamaslammer View Post
    Wasn't Christian Jones pretty good with a microphone in his hands?
    Christion is having a pretty nice career north of the border returning kicks for Saskatchewan.

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