Newsflash: If you have a job talking about sports and you're not actively attempting to shoehorn pop culture references into your broadcasts, you're doing it wrong.
That's not necessarily true, actually. Trying to squeeze offbeat material into sports broadcasts can be an awkward and ugly affair—but there is potential for beauty.
The following is a rundown of times when sports personalities tried their hand at working references into their work. Some were more sly than others, and a few didn't even attempt subtlety.
You'll laugh, cry and by the end, you'll probably be watching The Big Lebowski.