High school lacrosse announcer Booker Corrigan is known for his outrageous play by play calls in a sport where there aren't many recognizable announcers. Capitalizing on Booker's internet fame, Kudda.com (the site where Booker announces those high school lacrosse game) has compiled a collection of his best, funniest, and most eccentric calls from 2012. There are definitely a few gems in here worth watching that match his rap lyrics with his best lines below...
"GREAT ABE LINCOLN'S MULLET!"
"Just like the day after a bad chili cookoff, we are knotted at deuces!"
"He's climbin in your windows, he's snatchin your people up!"
"Sound the bell, school's in sucka!"
"Word to your moms, I came to drop bombs, I got more rhymes than the Bible's got Psalms!"
"A little slipdillyicious"
"Holy good gravy! Great Zeus' beard!"
"You're holdin 50,000 volts little man, don't be afraid to ride the lightning."
"Not you fat Jesus! Not up in here!"
Please, please, please Jim Nantz, please give me one "Not you fat Jesus!" at next year's Masters.
Don't forget that Mike Brey worked in their Atlanta studios last Sunday too though and last year CBS and Turner had 7 coaches as guest analyst for their coverage of the NCAA Men's tournament!
@GoldAndOrSmith: Now, if only there was a way to use the Cone of Silence on some of these panel shows...
@AndrewBucholtz I would love a show with two or three insightful panelists and also Skip Bayless locked in the Cone of Silence.
@AndrewBucholtz Wow. When even Whitlock is calling you Glenn Beck, you know you're despised. Didn't know Charles said the killing thing.
@GoldAndOrSmith: Oh yes. Did you read the NY Observer piece on Bayless? Unbelievable: http://t.co/20p0lAs5
@AndrewBucholtz Without having to listen to him trolling everyone! I think that would be my dream sports TV producing job.
@GoldAndOrSmith @AndrewBucholtz Actually just give me the bit with Bayless in the cone of silence and I won't need the rest.
@GoldAndOrSmith: That would be fantastic TV. Insightful discussion, plus could watch Skip yell silently, turn red and eventually explode.