Found March 16, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
If I could watch the video above without laughing hysterically and feeling embarrassed for Dick Vitale, I could probably give you a better idea of what’s going on. The truth of the matter is I have no idea. Toward the beginning of his attempted interview with WGN in Chicago, it’s obvious Dickie V.’s earpiece wasn’t functioning properly and he couldn’t hear the news anchor. Toward the end, I can’t tell if he still can’t hear anything, or if he’s just confused because he thought he was supposed to be doing an interview for a Charlotte station instead of Chicago.
In any event, props to Dickie for rattling off random analysis about the tournament once he realized there were technical difficulties. Even more props to him for not going Chris Berman on everyone. Can’t everybody just stop for 10 minutes? Is that too much to ask?
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Let us set the scene.Dick Vitale is on with WGN in Chicago to talk about the NCAA tournament. Vitale thinks he’s on with station in Charlotte.From there, things get really uncomfortable. H/T SportsGrid
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