Ray Bentley Just Described A WR’s Effort As Being “Laissez-Faire.”

It’s the middle of the week, so that of course means it’s time for the return of the MAC on the ESPN networks. Currently, Ohio/BGSU is on the uno and Western Michigan/Miami (Ohio) is on the deuce. I flipped on the Ohio/BGSU game and this clip I recorded was literally the first thing I heard from Ray Bentley. Yep, you heard that right. He described Ohio wide receiver Mario Dovell’s effort as being “laissez-faire,” or, in his case “LOZZAY FAIR.” Since I missed the play, I have no idea what incredibly strange thing Mario Dovell was apparently doing. What I will tell you though is that hearing that sissy-French talk made me spit out my freedom fries almost spoiling this game of AMERICAN football for me. At least that namby-pamby RUGBY punt was blocked by a patrotic Falcon thus righting everything in the world.

For those of you who come to Awful Announcing for the purposes of learning, here’s a brief definition of laissez-faire and an insufferable Frenchman prounouncing it correctly.

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