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ESPN’s Megacast reacts to the Alabama title-winning touchdown

ESPN had a (super mega) Megacast for the Alabama-Georgia national championship game, and it was fun to see how they reacted to the Crimson Tide’s title-winning touchdown in overtime.

We’ll start with the traditional game broadcast on ESPN and Chris Fowler’s call:

The “Homers” broadcast featured a very jubilant Landon Collins, and a very dejected Aaron Murray.

The Coaches Film Room (this is annually a terrific watch for football junkies), featuring Mike Gundy’s mullet:

The “Voices” broadcast (which had a bit too much going on this year):

And SEC Network had the “Finebaum Film Room” which of course included Paul Finebaum, as well as former Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy:

Here are the Alabama and Georgia radio calls of the TD

Sean McDonough has a hilarious voice-cracking call on a Chiefs touchdown… that didn’t count

Good luck making it past the 15-second mark without laughing.

McDonough’s voice also cracked on this Marcus Mariota go-ahead touchdown pass:

Later, Jon Gruden said, “I’m just glad your voice didn’t crack that time.”

And it also happened to be Gruden’s final broadcast, as he’s of course now the Raiders’ head coach. McDonough had a heartfelt message for Gruden to sign off the Chiefs-Titans broadcast:

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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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