Most Famous Sportscaster QuotesThis is for the quotes that will always be remembered.
The Top Ten
Spine-tingling. I'm not old enough to have seen Miracle on Ice in real time, but I've seen the ending clips and that phrase is immortalized in those clips, as well as the movies based off of the event.
the most famous line by a sportscaster ever. they named the freakin' MOVIE after the line instead of the team. no that's got stroke.
Al Michaels most famous line.
ABC Broadcaster, Keith Jackson most notably made this quote popular. Now, it's used around the world of sports!
Musicians have albums named after this. People say it all the time. It's so big it's a brand.
..ahh, Chris "Boomer" Bermman who also is credited with the nickname "The Frozen Tundra" for Green Bay's venerable Lambeau Field.
Used by a number of sportscasters, most notable Harry Caray and Phil Rizzuto.
I saw this on Seinfeld. George brought me here. Thank you. And I saw the 'Do You Believe in miracles? YEES! " Nice. 5 seconds. People are lucky.
The most notable saying by Phillies baseball broadcaster, Harry Kalas.
Kirk Gibson homerun for dodgers in game one of world series when his knees were injured - keeno68
This quote caused this announcer to lose his job... so give him some credit.
Howard Cosell was a legend
England winning the World Cup as Geoff Hurst slams in another goal in the final.
Scottie Ferrall - love him
Vic the Brick Jacobs!
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