Kentucky faced off against Mississippi State in a game that was flat out ugly. There were 52 fouls, three players fouled out, Isaiah Briscoe and De'Aaron Fox got into a scuffle with multiple Bulldogs and the 'Cats only won by 7 points. But perhaps the worst part was that ESPN commentator Brent Musburger once again showed that he can't pronounce the names of multiple Kentucky players, specifically Bam Adebayo's name. Musburger has called multiple Kentucky games this season, and every time he does, his broadcast partner manages to pronounce Adebayo the correct way. But Musberger, who either doesn't realize he's butchering it or just doesn't care, continues to call the Kentucky big man "Atta-boy-o." It's a little annoying, but it's also hilarious. And Twitter loves to make fun of it.
Tweet(s) of the Day:
Atta-boy-o— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) January 18, 2017
I hope Brent Musberger's life never comes down to pronouncing Bam Adebayo correctly.— Josh Edwards (@JEdwar247) January 18, 2017
Does Brent Musberger not hear Sean Farnham saying Adebayo's name correctly or does he not care?— ESPN Radio Lexington (@ESPNRadioLex) January 18, 2017
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