Love him or hate him, if you are a sports fan, Joe Buck is a key part of your fan experience – serving as the voice for so many big moments in the NFL and MLB.
Yesterday, the Fox Sports play-by-play announcer was on my college campus here at Montclair State University, giving an interview to 90.3 WMSC-FM about everything from his career in broadcasting to his advice for aspiring sports media members.
Buck was also asked who he expects to see in Super Bowl LI, a game he will call on February 5th in Houston.
Despite a Sunday Night Football loss to the Seahawks at home, the Patriots sit at 7-2 on the season, in control of the AFC East once again – and turning their attention towards another Super Bowl run.
The narratives coming out of the Cowboys' Super Bowl drought ending in Houston with a rookie starting quarterback and running back would be plentiful, and you know that Buck – who lives for moments like these – would nail all of them.
We have a Lombardi Trophy to go win. See you soon, Joe.
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