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    Re: What are some of your favorite lines by announcers/broadcasters during Bama games

    I think it was Paul Kennedy, in 1987...against Tennessee.

    Bama's ball at their own 10. Jeff Dunn drops back to pass, and "Pierre Goode wide open!"

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    Some of you are too young to remember him, but the late John Forney was Alabamas play-by-play announcer on the radio for football games when Coach Bryant was here. He was fired by Ray Perkins in 1983 when he became coach, then he was re-hired in 1988. At the beginning of his first broadcast that season, Forney said, as only he could, Now, before I was so rudely interrupted. . .

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    "He's got a man open oh my god touchdown Alabama has won it"

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    Re: What are some of your favorite lines by announcers/broadcasters during Bama games

    Here are a few good memories...

    1985 Iron Bowl Keith Jackson call of Jelks 74 yd TD “Here comes Jelks up the middle...Pops it big - It’s a foot race to the corner - He’s on his way, Powell’s got a shot at him - closing down - Touchdown , No Flags”
    Then Frank Broyles ads “lets Jelks ACCELERATE through the hole and turns it into what I guess you’d have to call an After-burner, Keith”

    1993 Sugar Bowl Eli Gold after the Teague interception return for TD “and this is a wild scene of Bedlam here at the Superdome.”

    1989 Alabama at Penn St. The call of the blocked field goal by Eli Gold and Jerry Duncan.

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