Ki-Jana Carter, the #1 overall pick in the 1995 NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals (yes, there was a day when players who weren’t actually quarterbacks or pass-rushers went #1 overall) does a lot today. According to his wikipedia page:
Carter is now an entrepreneur and sports blogger at OPENSports.com. He founded Byoglobe, a sanitation technology company specializing in disinfection of MRSA-prone facilities, in 2008. He serves as the Sunrise, Florida-based company’s chief executive officer.
I hope that keeps him busy and off the airwaves, because his sideline reporting work for BTN at the Penn State spring game was just downright awful. Below are three clips which showcase his awkward delivery and lack of polish. Of course, he isn’t the worst announcer to grace the Big Ten Network, or even the worst Penn State alum to appear on BTN- Melanie Collins still holds both those “distinctions,” in my opinion.
BTN.com was wise not to put online a clip of the first time the duo in the booth...