Ranking the Best and Worst of College Football Announcers for 2012 Season

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Ranking the Best and Worst of College Football Announcers for 2012 Season

Several aspects of the college football home viewing experience are essential.

One must have the appropriate seating—without it, the entire experience can turn into a disaster.

Food must be provided that can last the three-hour game and still taste great.

If you are watching the game with someone, it has to be a person you actually enjoy.

The television must be the correct size, batteries have to be in the remote and the DVR must be recording other contests for later.

And then there is the game itself.

A critically important aspect of the experience is the broadcast team.

This list lets you know which announcers you want to have on mute, as well as the gentlemen and ladies who will add to your experience with witty commentary, concise reporting and accurate stats.

So while you debate whether to have the nachos or the buffalo wings, take a minute to carefully consider the broadcasting talent available this season.

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