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Doug Glanville was forced into emergency play by play action on ESPN Wednesday night

Doug Glanville has quickly turned into one of ESPN’s best and brightest analysts in his young television career. Glanville has made quite the name for himself in his second career, not only being a television analyst, but being an accomplished writer as well. And now he can add one more item to the resume: play […] The post Doug Glanville was forced into emergency play by play action on ESPN Wednesday night appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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