SEC football fans love to complain about these college football broadcasters.
Several things eternally hold true in the minds of SEC football fans; the Iron Bowl is the greatest college football rivalry in the world, everyone besides the Gators hates the Gators, nobody wants to hear about UCF …
And nobody will ever measure up to Keith Jackson in the broadcast booth.
And with Jackson as the measuring stick for college football broadcasters, it’s hard for anyone to even come close. There’s still a lot of love for Tim Brando and Verne Lundquist, both legends during their time covering the SEC. Nobody seems to mind Todd Blackledge as a color analyst, as he’s about as unbiased as they come.
When they do SEC games, guys like Sean McDonough and Gus Johnson are generally regarded as fun to listen to, and Joe Tessitore still knows how to kill it.
Everyone loves Brad Nessler (how could you not?).
Chris Fowler? Just calm down a little, dude. Gus Johnson, you’re not.
But there are some announcers about whom SEC football fans never have very nice things to say. And by not very nice things, I mean downright unneighborly. The antitheses of southern hospitality. Or, as your dear departed grandma might say, “just plain ugly talk”.
When it comes to in-game announcers and analysts, here are a few of the SEC fanbase’s biggest antagonists.