RIP Curt Gowdy

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  1. Paul McElligott

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    RIP, Mr. Gowdy.

    I enjoyed his sports commentating over the years.
     
  3. Joseph S

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    Unlike Ken Coleman and Ned Martin. [​IMG] RIP. It was always nice to see him at the games these past few years. He'll be missed.
     
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    Curt Gowdy was a huge part of my formative years. I watched him regularly on NBC's Game of the Week baseball broadcasts (with Tony Kubek). I also used to catch him occasionally on the American Sportsman.

    A class act.
     
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    He will be missed. I really appreciated him in another type of broadcasting. In the early nineties he was the lead broadcaster for Drum Corps International, and did a wonderful job. RIP.
     
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    I bet he and Ted are on a bass boat right now, swapping fish stories. RIP Curt.
     
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    Godspeed.

    I feel stupid not knowing this but he started here in Oklahoma with Mr. Iba's OSU Cowboys and Wilkenson's Sooners. short bio
     

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