In the fifteenth AA Podcast, we talk with Kevin Harlan fresh off his experience calling the Super Bowl on Dial Global/Westwood One radio to a nationwide audience. The Super Bowl was one of three games he worked in the middle of a typically busy stretch for one of the most well-known voices in sports. Kevin tells AA what Super Bowl Sunday is like from the broadcaster’s perspective as well as touching on many other topics including…

-His most memorable play and call from Super Bowl XLVI 
-What one fact in his preparation helped him most in the Super Bowl broadcast 
-How a six hour roundtrip to South Bend was involved his Super Bowl weekend 
-The story of Eli Manning as the perfect narrative for the NFL season 
-Whether or not he agrees with Charles Barkley on the quality of NBA play this year being down 
-The job former partner Doug Collins is doing in Philly 
-What it’s like to work with Bill Raftery on CBS college basketball 
-Which event is his favorite to broadcast

All that and even more on the newest edition of the Awful Announcing Podcast.


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