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Joe Buck opens up about hair plug addiction, which almost ruined his career

You may recall that, in February 2011, Fox Sports announcer Joe Buck lost his voice, which at the time, he said was caused by a virus that affected the nerves of his left vocal cord. In a story from Sports Illustrated, and as part of Buck’s upcoming memoir, he reveals the virus was a lie: He actually lost his voice because of complications from a hair replacement procedure.
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