If you're familiar with these parts, you'll know CBS college basketball analyst Clark Kellogg is the king of bizarre analogies. That's not to say Kellogg is a bad announcer, far from it. It's just that he uses some really unique phraseology when calling a game. Realllllllllllllly unique phraseology.
Usually, Clark's analogies of choice involve food - the basketball is never a basketball, it's either a "pumpkin" or an "orange." Players don't foul out, they're "Dairy Queen'd." Don't think Clark is one dimensional though - a multi-dimensional player can be an "Allen Wrench." Earlier this year he even tried to introduce the word "gracile" to the basketball lexicon.
Today in Columbus though, Kellogg took his analogy game to... well, I don't even know how to describe where this is in the announcing lexicon. Just wait till you hear how he described Indiana star Victor Oladipo throwing it down on the Buckeyes...no comments