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Joe Buck Once Called A Touchdown While Peeing In A Trash Can

Talk about an electric headline. You just know the story’s going to be great:

Joe’s been running around every corner of the internet promoting his new book, Lucky Bastard. 105 more words


Joe Buck On Perceived Bias, "Each Side Thinks I'm Rooting Against Them, It Sucks!"

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Joe Buck was the most polarizing figure throughout the MLB playoffs. Even he admits to it.

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Joe Buck once called a Brett Favre TD while going to the bathroom in a trash can

Joe Buck was a guest on Dave Dameshek’s NFL Network show this week promoting his new book, Lucky Bastard, and during his appearance he shared an insane story: How he once called a Brett Favre touchdown while going to the bathroom in a trash can. 100 more words


Joe Buck Describes The Living Hell He Endured While Dealing With His Hair-Plug Mishap

If you’ve forgotten, Joe Buck admitted that he had a pretty heavy addiction to hair plugs back in October ahead of his book release. It’s been a topic of conversation on the promotion tour for the book, including some revelations about the loss of his voice after the procedure and the apparent living hell he went through in the aftermath. 260 more words


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Welcome to this week’s edition of Friday Book Round-Up. The holiday season is here and both MR N and I are filled with the Christmas Spirit. 3,555 more words

6 of 6 Lament

There were four other games yesterday in which the teams scheduled to play this Thursday won and covered the spread.

Surprisingly and due to Nantz getting a normally Fox/Buck Seattle/Philly tilt, “The Emperor”Joe Buck and the officially annoying Troy Aikman (the former quarterback went on and on about a penalty on a defensive linemen late in the tilt. 125 more words

The Romo Redemption


Redemption stories are great. Who doesn’t love a good tale of someone getting even or pulling ahead and exceeding an expectation or overturning a limitation? 968 more words