Central-Booker T. Washington live stream

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For those of you who can't make it out tomorrow night, Tito and I will be calling a nationwide stream at this link: http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/66735
What do you mean calling? Like doing commentary for it?
Yes
Hells yeah fool, doin work. I'll probably tune in from Denver. Hopefully get so drunk watchin a high school game that I pass out and its time for the college game if I line it up right.
 
First time you guys doing this?

I will probably be at the game but good luck to you guys, sure it will be a good experience.
 
This is great Pete. Now I don't have to neg myself for giving SFSNTV a click
 
First time you guys doing this?

I will probably be at the game but good luck to you guys, sure it will be a good experience.
Yup, first time. Looking forward to it. Will be a cool experience for sure.
 
Pete, your my dude thanks for everything. Let me know if you are ever in Los Angeles.
 
Have you guys ever announced before?
I've never done a game before. Was on camera throughout high school so I'm not completely clueless, but never called a game.

Scary! I had a buddy in college that went on to be a sports broadcaster. He used to pull a chair up and sit right in front of his TV with the sound on mute and call games while they were playing live. I tried it a few times and was amazed at how many times I would stumble around. And Ive done public speaking throughout my entire career.

Good luck, Pete. Great opportunity for you.
 
Have you guys ever announced before?
I've never done a game before. Was on camera throughout high school so I'm not completely clueless, but never called a game.
Are you a color guy, or main commentary?

If commentary,

First thing people will notice. First, they know numbers. So make sure you know who is who. Second, they know down and distance, so make sure that is what they know and say it often since they won't have graphics. Third, say the score a lot. Fourth, in high school games being a national broadcast, mention as many colleges as you can with where a player is offered.
 
Have you guys ever announced before?
I've never done a game before. Was on camera throughout high school so I'm not completely clueless, but never called a game.
Are you a color guy, or main commentary?

If commentary,

First thing people will notice. First, they know numbers. So make sure you know who is who. Second, they know down and distance, so make sure that is what they know and say it often since they won't have graphics. Third, say the score a lot. Fourth, in high school games being a national broadcast, mention as many colleges as you can with where a player is offered.
I'm doing color
 
Have you guys ever announced before?
I've never done a game before. Was on camera throughout high school so I'm not completely clueless, but never called a game.
Are you a color guy, or main commentary?

If commentary,

First thing people will notice. First, they know numbers. So make sure you know who is who. Second, they know down and distance, so make sure that is what they know and say it often since they won't have graphics. Third, say the score a lot. Fourth, in high school games being a national broadcast, mention as many colleges as you can with where a player is offered.
Sound advice.
 
Have you guys ever announced before?
I've never done a game before. Was on camera throughout high school so I'm not completely clueless, but never called a game.

Scary! I had a buddy in college that went on to be a sports broadcaster. He used to pull a chair up and sit right in front of his TV with the sound on mute and call games while they were playing live. I tried it a few times and was amazed at how many times I would stumble around. And Ive done public speaking throughout my entire career.

Good luck, Pete. Great opportunity for you.
That's funny. When I was growing up and thinking I'd one day become a broadcaster, I'd simulate a quarter or half on Madden and record myself calling the action. My step brother would sit there and look at me like I had lost my mind (I had).

Good luck, Pete. I'm sure you have plenty of filler with the practices you've seen.

Some interesting storylines for you to fill the air:

- Progression of the "South Florida QB"
- Obvious one is the amount of talent in the game and where they're going
- What the game means and how it affected each school's State Championship run last year
- The "coaching" storyline about how South Florida was once known for poor organization
- connect it all with what people know: how the concentration of talent leads to the most NFL players for a small area

There's more, I'm sure. I imagine you've got all this together either way. Hope you do great.
 
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Not sure why you all reserving the well-wishes only for Pete. Must be everyone feels Tito's got it down already. But just in case of the flies, good luck to you both.
 
Good luck to both of you. Hey, little hidden homer stuff--like any commit to THE U "Commit to THE U and future NFL player ...." The other kids, just mention the school they are commited too.
 
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Good luck guys!
 

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