It's been far too long since we've heard from our Italian soccer correspondent, Tiziano Crudeli. The AC Milan superfan/commentator/journalist has become an AA favorite for his bizzare, over-the-top commentating of AC Milan games as he almost helplessly watches on a studio monitor. When last we saw Tiziano, AC Milan was making a heroic comeback from down 3-0 against Lecce for one of our favorite videos of 2011. The rest of the world was also let in on the secret of BOA BOA BOA TENG TENG TENG!
This time, Tiziano's beloved AC Milan was up against Chievo, trying to move back into first place in Serie A. An early goal from Sulley Muntari was enough to see the Rossoneri move into the lead over rivals Juventus for the Scudetto with a 1-0 victory. However, it wasn't that easy if you were watching Tiziano watch the match. Observe the roller coaster of emotions once again, translators need not apply to enjoy the insanity.
Rich Hollenberg and Paul Bianciardi were the announcers for ESPN2's coverage of the George Mason at VCU game today!
Here in Portland, Oregon they went from the final 4 minutes of a close game that we were supposed to be getting between UCLA at Arizona to 2 minutes of the Villanova at Georgetown game before going to commercials before the 3rd game of CBS"S tripleheader between Missouri at Kansas and after 2 minutes of commercials they sent us back to the UCLA at Arizona game, does anyone know why??
Ted Robinson and Blaine Fowler worked the NBC Sports Network game between Air Force at UNLV and Ron Thulin, Perry Clark and Jenn Hildreth was the sideline reporter for the FSN Conference USA game between Memphis at Marshall!
Mark Neely is the PBP man for ESPN2's coverage of the Texas A Am at Oklahoma State game today, i wonder who will replace him as PBP man at ESPNU's coverage of the Cal Poly at UC Santa Barbara game tonight??
Bill Raftery is the analyst for the Pittsburgh at Louisville game on CBS Sunday Morning, according to Ian Eagle's Twitter Account!