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Brent Musburger appears on CBS Sunday Morning sports betting feature: “Everybody likes to take a chance.”

With the NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments well underway, CBS Sunday Morning aired a feature on the surge of sports betting during March Madness. Among the people correspondent Luke Burbank spoke to about the growing popularity and mainstream acceptance of sports gambling was Brent Musburger. Musburger has always acknowledged betting in his broadcasting work, but has arguably become the sports media voice of sports gambling with his work for VSIN (Vegas Stats & Information Network) as betting reaches greater prominence throughout the country.
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Brent Musburger Reacts To Death Of Legendary Broadcaster Irv Cross

Irv Cross, a former Pro Bowl cornerback turned legendary NFL broadcaster, has passed away at the age of 81. The former Philadelphia Eagles star was a pioneering figure in the sports broadcasting world. Cross was the first Black man to be a full-time national sports analyst on television, working for CBS. He joined the network in 1971 and worked until 1994.
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Brent Musburger shares statement on death of Irv Cross

Brent Musburger shared a statement on Sunday regarding the death of his former coworker, Irv Cross. Cross died on Sunday at the age of 81. Cross played college ball at Northwestern and later became a two-time Pro Bowler with the Philadelphia Eagles. After playing, Cross went into broadcasting, and he was part of CBS’ “The NFL Today” team.
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Veteran broadcaster Brent Musburger rides the sports gambling wave

Brent Musburger knew that adding bookmaker Jimmy “The Greek” Snyder to CBS’ The NFL Today would cause controversy in 1976. Snyder, a native of Steubenville, Ohio, had been a flamboyant character in Las Vegas gambling circles since the 1950s. The NFL was vigilant against any form of gambling. In 1963 the league suspended Paul Hornung and Alex Karras, and fined five Detroit Lions players, for betting on football games.