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One of college football’s most familiar voices will do play-by-blay during Saturday’s Iron Bowl for ESPN. Brent Musberger — who has called games all season long for the SEC Network — will be in the booth at Bryant-Denny Stadium for this weekend’s game between Alabama and Auburn, along with his usual broadcast partner, Jesse Palmer. This is according to a tweet sent out...
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In a bizarre story, ESPN’s Jesse Palmer may have saved Chris Fowler‘s life on Saturday. In other news, ESPN has added a pair of SEC coaches as guest analysts for the BCS title game, and […]
ESPN's Chris Fowler posts on his Twitter account that he needed broadcast partner Jesse Palmer to perform the Heimlich maneuver on him during halftime of the Pinstripe Bowl to avoid choking on a chicken sandwich.
''Never before needed a Heimlich at halftime. (Or any time)!'' Fowler posted Saturday. ''thanks Jesse Palmer! He saved me from death by dry chicken sandwich. Really.''...
Via AP on Fox
December 28, 2013
Jesse Palmer stepped in and saved Chris Fowler from choking on a sandwich by giving the host the Heimlich Maneuver.
Jesse Palmer may have never been spectacular in the NFL, but he brings a lot to the table as a broadcaster for ESPN. This afternoon he displayed some serious poise and great execution under pressure…when he had to give a choking Chris Fowler the Heimlich maneuver during halftime of the Pinstripe Bowl:
Never before needed a Heimlich at halftime. (Or any time)! thanks Jesse Palmer...