Here's a frontrunner for this week's Pammies that is good enough to spotlight on its own. During the first quarter of Texas-TCU game, Fox Sports 1 announcer Craig Bolerjack is really pumped up to call this field goal by TCU's Jaden Oberkrom. He's so excited for the 54 yard attempt he calls it good even though it misses by a few yards.
"GOT IT... no."
I kinda wish someone out there in the farthest reaches of the internet could dub Bolerjack's "GOT IT.. no" call over some of the most famous missed field goals in history. This would be a hilarious new way to reminisce about the likes of Scott Norwood and Gary Anderson.
Keith Jackson (Razorback color commentator) spoke about Paul Eells as always staying a few seconds behind the action with his play-by-play, so he didn't trip over himself if he tried to get to far ahead. I think more TV and radio announcers need to use that same tactic, because I think they try to anticipate rather simply describe and explain. New-age announcers always want to get in on the excitement, and not accurately portray what is occurring on the field, and it hurts them in the biggest plays of a game.
Not quite as entertaining as "Line drive BASE HIT...caught out there." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RHcGWHuThE
@kenosando Modern announcers seem to view themselves as equally important (if not moreso) than the event they are describing.
Guys like Buck, Berman, and to the most extreme Hawk. They're too worried about getting in their catchphrases and cute quips that the moment is lost in their own arrogance.
Example: Buck ruining the Freese homerun a few years ago by stealing the "See you tomorrow night" call.