Larry Munson was, is, and will always be what is good about Georgia football. I remember sitting between the hedges and seeing people with their head phones on just to get a little taste of Larry and thinking to myself, "why would a person drive all the way to Athens to see a game just to listen to the radio."
Well, it took one listen and I was hooked. His words could paint a picture more fascinating than your eyes could ever behold and his enthusiasm was contagious. That voice—something about that voice.
He didn't just give a play by play and he wasn't always optimistic, but he always made you feel like you were on the field, right in the middle of all the action. Your blood pressure would rise, your heart would beat faster and you never wanted it to end.
Years and years have gone by since some of my favorite calls took place and still, when I listen to them, I sit on the edge of my seat wondering how it will all end up. Waiting, just waiting for Larry to will the team to score.
I know there had to be at least a million calls or more over the years, but there are those few that will remain in the hearts of the bulldog faithful forever.
His love, loyalty and dedication to the Dawgs have made him one of the most beloved people to ever grace the program and no matter how many years go by, no one will ever forget that voice.