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Halloween is a scary, scary time for sports networks

Halloween always brings out the weirdest, craziest, most disturbing segments of the year.  (See Kris Jenkins' Trick or Treat Terror.)  The 2012 version was no different with enough fright to keep you spooked through Christmas.  Why go see the latest Paranormal Activity flick in your theaters when "Scary Will Muschamp Mask" can live in your nightmares instead.

College GameDay and NFL GameDay Morning gave us the two scariest segments of the sports years this weekend.  The ESPN Saturday crew donned coaches masks that looked like a tryout for the Point Break sequel while the NFL Network Sunday crew tried on grim reaper outfits and throaty voices.  Both to equally terrifying results.

First, here's Chris Fowler as Nick Saban, Lee Corso as Bil Snyder, Kirk Herbstreit as Will Muschamp, Desmond Howard as "Chocolate" Chip Kelly, and David Pollack as Brian Kelly from Saturday…

Horrifying, right? Well, all you need to know about the ridiculousness of this NFL Network segment is Rich Eisen's introduction. "We're in our graveyard, and I need a lozenge."

So scary… for so many reasons.

Matt Yoder

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