This is our weekly look at the most popular — or in some cases our personal favorite — videos on Clippit over the past week. Clippit is an awesome app that allows us to quickly grab 30-second clips from several live TV broadcasts and share them on social media. 

Indians’ players create some baseball art of ESPN analyst Tim Kurkjian

Tim Kurkjian was one of the commentators for an Indians-Angels game on ESPN recently, and the Indians’ players continued their “mini-team” series of baseball head caricatures. Check out the baseball version of Tim Kurjian:


NBC breaks out the NBA on NBC theme “Roundball Rock” during Sunday Night Football

After the Atlanta Falcons’ Devonta Freeman did a jump-shot touchdown celebration, NBC responded with the amazing theme song from their NBA on NBC days.

Here’s the radio call for Florida’s hail mary

Gator IMG Sports Network’s Mick Hubert with the call on Florida’s game-winning hail mary touchdown vs Tennessee:

ESPN cameraman gets trucked by LSU wide receiver

Shane the cameraman got trucked by LSU wide receiver Derrick Dillon on an end-zone throw last Saturday, and got right back up like a champ.


Les Miles made it pretty obvious that he was rooting for Nebraska in his announcing debut for Fox

Les Miles made his broadcasting debut as a commentator on the Northern Illinois-Nebraska broadcast for Fox. Well, that may not have been the best game to give Miles to start off, given that his son Ben is a freshman fullback for Nebraska. The former LSU coach made it pretty clear he was rooting for the Cornhuskers.




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About Matt Clapp

Matt is an editor at The Comeback. He attended Colorado State University, wishes he was Saved by the Bell’s Zack Morris, and idolizes Larry David. And loves pizza and dogs because obviously.

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