Cincinnati Bengals announcer loses his mind over game-winning score

Sep 22, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Domata Peko (94) celebrates with teammates after a fumble recovered for a touchdown during the fourth quarter against the Green Bay Packers at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

 

Sunday’s win over the Green Bay Packers was one to remember for anyone who’s a fan of the Cincinnati Bengals, but it was even more special if you had the pleasure of listening to Dan Hoard and Dave Lapham calling the game as the Bengals made a furious second-half rally after being down by as many as 16 points and looking dead in the water.

The play that ultimately gave the Bengals a 34-30 lead and the win was the fumble-return touchdown cornerback Terence Newman scored late in the fourth-quarter, and the excitement and joy that any Bengals fan with a pulse was feeling can best be summed-up by the sound of the radio call by Hoard and Lapham as it occurred:

 

The man frantically sceaming and yelling “Woo!” like he was Ric Flair, was actually that of Mr. Lapham, a former Bengals offensive lineman, who’s clearly not afraid to go against the belief of “no cheering in the press box”.

 

 

Topics: Cincinnati Bengals, Dan Hoard, Dave Lapham, NFL

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