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Flick Fact: A big 'oops’ for Reba, Joe Buck and Sean Penn?

Question: Can you name what Reba McEntire, network sports announcer Joe Buck and movie actor Sean Penn all have in common when it comes to Bloomington?. Answer: They’ve all flown to the wrong Bloomington. McEntire (in 2008) and Buck (in 2012) accidentally flew to Bloomington, Indiana, for engagements they were to attend in Bloomington, Illinois, and Penn (in 2006) accidentally landed in Bloomington, Illinois, when wanting to be in Bloomington, Indiana.
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Joe Buck Is Reportedly Being Targeted For Another Job

Joe Buck has long been the voice of the National Football League for Fox Sports, however, another network is reportedly pursuing the veteran broadcaster for a job. According to a report from the New York Post’s Andrew Marchand, Buck is one of three notable announcers being targeted by Amazon. Amazon...
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Joe Buck Hosts Matthew McConaughey on His Podcast, Shares Hilarious McConaughey Story

Last week, FOX Sports announcer Joe Buck welcomed Hollywood star Matthew McConaughey to his podcast where he recalled a hilarious previous exchange between the two. As some sports fans may remember, Buck suffered from hair loss for years. Since he had a high profile job and worked on-camera most of the time, he decided to do something about it. The announcer chose to have hair plug surgery, which he became addicted to after his first procedure. Although hair plug surgery is a long and painful process, Buck became obsessed with the results.
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“Behind the Schedule” with FOX Sports’ Mike Mulvihill and Joe Buck

Following last night’s 2021-22 NFL schedule release, FOX Sports Executive Vice President, Head of Strategy and Analytics, Mike Mulvihill spoke with FOX NFL lead play-by-play announcer Joe Buck about the scheduling process. The two go “Behind the Schedule” to discuss the first things they look for in a new slate of games, how storied franchises play a major role in the process, the return of fans to stadiums and much more.
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Joe Buck Lands Jeopardy Gig

Since Alex Trebek’s death, the revolving host doors on Jeopardy! have been almost as entertaining as the game show itself. Now, we can add Joe Buck to the lengthy list of 2021 Jeopardy! hosts. We have the likes of Green Bay Packers, Katie Couric, Bill Whitaker, Mayim Bialik, Dr. Oz,...
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LeVar Burton, Robin Roberts, Joe Buck among last batch of 'Jeopardy' Season 37 guest hosts

Jeopardy! has done its best to continue on without its longtime host Alex Trebek, who died last November following a battle with pancreatic cancer. The 80-year-old hosted the iconic trivia game show until the very end, with his final episode airing posthumously Jan. 8. Jeopardy! has welcomed a range of guest hosts to carry forward Season 37, such as Ken Jennings, Katie Couric, Aaron Rodgers and Anderson Cooper.
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Joe Buck tapped as the final guest host of ‘Jeopardy!’ season

Joe Buck will step behind the lectern as the final “Jeopardy!” guest host of the season, following in the footsteps of another sports figure, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Episodes hosted by Fox Sports’ NFL and MLB play-by-play man will air Aug. 9-13, although it is not clear when...