ESPN Sportscaster Brent Musburger, 74, expressed his pleasure when a cameraman shot a young woman taking a picture of herself during a Big 12 tournament basketball game between the Iowa State Cyclones and Kansas Jayhawks on Friday night.
"Take a look at our sixth man of the game, brought to you by Motel 6 and I am pleased with this selection, oh yeah," Musburger said, noted AwfulAnnouncing.com. "Why not a selfie? The fans of Iowa state, the sixth man in the game."
Musberger's fans can look forward to more ogling next year when the terminally-aroused announcer and Jesse Palmer are the lead announcers for the new SEC network.
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According to Sporting News, ESPN executive VP John Wildhack said in a press release, "Brent Musburger is a cultural icon who has been guiding fans through many of sport’s most spectacular moments for decades. His big-game performance and unmistakable style will elevate our football coverage on the SEC Network.”
Musburger has ogled former Florida State University student Jenn Sterger in 2005 and Katherine Webb, a former Miss Alabama in 2013.
ESPN apologized for Musburger's comments about Webb.