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Chris Berman Reveals Score Prediction For Bengals-Rams Super Bowl

We’re just a day away from watching the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams square off in Super Bowl LVI. With kickoff approaching soon, ESPN’s Chris Berman has revealed his score prediction for the game. Berman knows just how stacked the Rams’ roster is heading into the Super...
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Swami Sez: Chris Berman picks the winner of Super Bowl 2022

Chris Berman is back for his Swami Sez NFL pick for Super Bowl LVI between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals. Odds courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook. Los Angeles Rams (-3.5, 48.5) vs. Cincinnati Bengals. After 54 years of no team playing in the Super Bowl in their home stadium,...
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Chris Berman Names 1 Big Mistake Current Broadcasters Make

Legendary sportscaster Chris Berman gave some free game to the up-and-coming broadcasters of the world. On Monday, the “NFL Primetime” host appeared on “Pardon My Take,” explaining where a lot of people go wrong when they’re showing highlights. If you ask Berman, read the play as if it were happening live; even when that’s not the case.
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Chris Berman Reveals Which Player Inspired His Famous Line

There are a lot of icons in ESPN’s storied history. But few phrases used on the network are as iconic as the one made famous by Chris Berman. Appearing on Pardon My Take, Berman revealed how he came up with the iconic “WHOOP!” line he used during so many NFL games. He explained that watching Hall of Fame running back Barry Sanders inspired him to use it.
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ESPN’s Chris Berman shares tips of the trade with communications students

Longtime ESPN broadcaster Chris Berman, best known for his eccentric highlight calls, visited Quinnipiac University Feb. 3, to discuss his career and the future of journalism with School of Communications students. Berman’s friendship with Dave Stevens, head of Ability Media, led him to Quinnipiac. Berman was at Quinnipiac to use...
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Chris Berman explains the origin of his iconic ‘Whoop!’

For multiple generations of ESPN viewers and NFL fans, the sound of Chris Berman screaming “WHOOP!” while a football player scampers in a different direction than the one they were going a second ago is seared into their memory. There are different kinds of “Whoop” calls and Berman...
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ESPN’s Chris Berman On The Bills – “The Sky Is The Limit This Year”

He's the guy that coined the phrase, "NOBODY circles the wagons like the Buffalo Bills!" and he's still singing their praises as we head into a new season. He has been a longtime anchor on ESPN and is well known for giving players some hilarious nicknames that stick. His sound effects always made his broadcast stand out and it was always really cool in the years when most talked bad about the Bills to have someone that spoke highly of them.
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ESPN’s Chris Berman On The Bills – “The Sky Is The Limit This Year”

He's the guy that coined the phrase, "NOBODY circles the wagons like the Buffalo Bills!" and he's still singing their praises as we head into a new season. He has been a longtime anchor on ESPN and is well known for giving players some hilarious nicknames that stick. His sound effects always made his broadcast stand out and it was always really cool in the years when most talked bad about the Bills to have someone that spoke highly of them.
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The Greatest New York Giants Nicknames Ever (Chris Berman Edition)

Recently, Touchdown Wire listed their choices for the 101 greatest nicknames in NFL history. Many of the choices such as "Broadway Joe" (Joe Namath), "Sweetness" (Walter Payton), and "the Minister of Defense" (Reggie White were obvious choices. I was disappointed to find, however, that only a few of those monikers...
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Chris Berman, Jim Calhoun, Doug Flutie among Travelers Championship Celebrity Pro-Am lineup

The Travelers Championships announced its lineup on Friday for the Celebrity Pro-Am which will take place on June 23 at TPC River Highlands. The lineup scheduled to compete: Chris Berman, Brian Boyle, Jim Calhoun, Mike Cavanaugh, Javier Colon, Chris Dailey, Randy Edsall, Doug Flutie, Christopher Jackson, Dan Orlovsky, Nancy Stevens and Tim Wakefield.
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Kenny Mayne announces ESPN departure, and network signs Chris Berman to multiyear extension

Longtime ESPN personality Kenny Mayne announced his departure from the network Monday, shortly before ESPN announced that it had signed Chris Berman to a multiyear extension. Mayne, 61, said on Twitter that he was a “Salary cap casualty” who would remain on the air until May 24. Displaying some of the dry humor for which he is known, he added: “I will miss the people. I will miss the vending machine set up over by the old Van Pelt joint. We had everything.”
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Chris Berman Extends ESPN Contract, But Kenny Mayne Is Leaving the Worldwide Leader

Unlike some of his peers, Chris Berman is sticking around at The Worldwide Leader and signed a multi-year extension on Monday, which also happened to be his 66th birthday. A former SportsCenter host who joined ESPN a month after its 1979 launch at the age of 24, Berman will continue to host NFL PrimeTime on ESPN+ as well as keep contributing commentary, features, interviews and perspective across ESPN’s others shows and platforms.
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