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Game Seven only happens so often, the big plays are usually scattered throughout a game, and it's not always easy to keep a three or four hour conversation going.
1. Let the fans vote on the broadcast pairings.
It's almost semi-ridiculous some of the people that are chosen to announce games these days. It's very understandable that we can't get a Hall of Fame player for every broadcast or someone that's really articulate on television. People have lives, other carriers and even better opportunities.
I do think a paring of say, Urban Meyer and Lloyd Carr would be great for a college football game. They were two very different coaches in terms of the styles of football both teams played. They also coached against each other and have a wealth of experience in different era's.
2. Maybe a little less conversation?
This is the tricky aspect of a announcer's job. How to keep not only everyone watching at home entertained, but themselves as well. My advice is that a little conversation goes along way, in more ways than one. Most of the time, bad jokes are thrown out, inaccurate stat-lines are blurted out, and there is an occasional Freudian slip.
I can't really fault broadcasters for this though, it's so much harder than it looks. We're human and we're not perfect, I just wish they had some more liveliness in some games.