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. 

Musburger: “I think Las Vegas and the Raiders were made for each other”

Brent Musburger made it clear that he supports the idea of the Raiders moving to Las Vegas, in the final minutes of Saturday’s Las Vegas Bowl:

Also in that game, Musburger had a great call of San Diego State’s Donnel Pumphrey breaking the FBS all-time rushing record:

Jon Gruden learns the word “pliable”

And learns that it’s the way to describe Tom Brady:

Terry Bradshaw clearly did his research for Week 15

Craig Sager (1951-2016)

We lost a legend in broadcasting last Thursday, as Craig Sager passed away at the age of 65 after a long battle with acute myeloid leukemia. An incredible amount of emotional reactions and tributes from around the sports world immediately came pouring in (you can see many more reactions and tributes in that link).

It also happened to occur on an NBA on TNT night, and Inside the NBA, as well as the game broadcasts, made sure to go all-out remembering their legendary colleague:

The late-night TNT game was Knicks-Warriors, and Warriors head coach Steve Kerr — a former TNT broadcaster himself — spoke to the crowd while both teams stood behind him. After beautifully sharing some thoughts on Sager, Kerr asked everyone at Oracle Arena to applaud for a “moment of joy” in honor of Sager. This was awesome:

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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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