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.
Kirk Herbstreit couldn’t believe Alabama got in the College Football Playoff over Ohio State
The Alabama Crimson Tide got the fourth College Football Playoff spot over Ohio State, and former Buckeyes quarterback Kirk Herbstreit was so stunned that he briefly left the ESPN set.
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Bill Walton was in rare form on Tuesday night, even for Bill Walton
These are just a few of the many crazy things Bill Walton said on Tuesday night’s Arizona-Texas A&M broadcast.
Poor Dave Pasch.
Walton on potential No. 1 overall NBA pick DeAndre Ayton: “You just look at him and you say, ‘Oh my gosh, I believe in evolution.’”
Walton to Pasch: “Not only do you hate my grandchildren, you don’t believe in evolution.”
Walton calling this brick a “great pass.”
And Walton referring to this as “one of the four worst possessions in Aggie history.”
Welp, Steve Levy totally forgot Brett McMurphy was laid off
During the crazy AAC Championship Game, ESPN’s Steve Levy forgot that Brett McMurphy had been laid off in April, and referred to the college football reporter as “Our own Brett McMurphy.”
Did this Andy Dalton pass hit the ESPN Monday Night Football television wire?
It sure seems so, and many viewers tweeted about it.
The radio call of D’Andre Swift’s 64-yard dagger touchdown in the SEC title game
Georgia radio play-by-play man Scott Howard with an excellent call of this touchdown run from electrifying freshman D’Andre Swift. If you want to bet on all the BCS Bowl games, make sure to check out the best online sportsbook.
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