I guess I'd rather say it...then do it. "True or Fa.."— Robert Flores (@RoFloESPN) August 16, 2012
— Robert Flores (@RoFloESPN) August 17, 2012
@awfulannouncing i expect to see that clip somewhere
Robert Flores is my favorite SportsCenter anchor to follow on Twitter because he gets it. He's willing to poke fun at his own network's infatuation with Tim Tebow, he's willing to interact with fans, and he's willing to laugh at himself when need be. (And he's given AA a shoutout on SportsCenter.) Surely, Robert will be able to laugh at this clip too... when he asks the first ever "True or Fart" question in ESPN's illustrious history. I'm sensing the start of something big. We just found a new segment for First Take!
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I'll take baked beans for 100, Alex RT @awfulannouncing Video: "True or Fart" debuts on ESPN! http://t.co/QnF2AeQs
@RoFloESPN "true or fart" might be one of the best bloopers EVER! 1-farts are funny, 2-I'm using that at work tomorrow. #thanksforthelaugh
@RoFloESPN hehe you said "fart" http://t.co/a471nwji
@RoFloESPN I saw it live. Hilarious! @Deadspin already got you too: http://t.co/vWSzC3P4
@RoFloESPN can I get a RT! True or Fart? Oops! SportsCenter Blooper. Check out this video on YouTube: http://t.co/4n3sy6Ij
You're the best, RoFlo. @RoFloESPN No announcing has been more awful RT @awfulannouncing ask and ye shall receive. http://t.co/ggjbMkxJ”
@RoFloESPN could be worse. At least it was funny & not offensive. Immature people like me who still giggle at the word fart appreciate it.:)
@RoFloESPN You & I clearly went to the same "school".... Last year I talked about the 3 flag. Minus the L.
@RoFloESPN @awfulannouncing reminds me of when sportscaster in Austin dropped an f bomb on broadcast