Legendary sports broadcaster Brent Musburger has announced that he is retiring from play-by-play duties at the end of January.
Unfortunately, Musburger is all too well known for his odd adoration of Katherine Webb and his inability to pronounce Bam Adebayo's name. But we also know that he's been so much more than that. Ever since 1975, the nation has tuned in to hear Musburger kick off broadcasts with his famous "You are looking live" line.The 77-year-old broadcaster will end his time with ESPN after he calls the Kentucky-Georgia game on Jan. 31.
After that, Musburger will reportedly go to work for a new network in Las Vegas, called the Vegas Sports Information Network.
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