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The night ESPN's Sergio Dipp became famous for awkward sideline report

Sergio Dipp’s fame rose after a sideline report on “Monday Night Football.” (ESPN screen shot) Sideline reports are generally forgettable. They’re wallpaper during the broadcast. Even the informative ones about injuries or strategy don’t become famous. Sergio Dipp’s sideline report became famous. In the first half of ESPN’s second “Monday Night Football” game between the Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Chargers, Dipp came on for a report about Broncos coach Vance Joseph.
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