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  Dick Enberg Inducted into Indiana University's Athletics Hall of Fame
When Dick Enberg came to Bloomington in 1957, it was with the intention of becoming an educator.
Enberg would go on to call games for UCLA basketball, the Angels and the Rams, eventually leading to a 25-year career with NBC before moving over to CBS in 2000.
Enberg adopted the phrase while calling IU basketball games in the late 1950s and early 1960s, and what started as a simple exclamation about an Indiana fast break quickly took on a life of its own.
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  Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Dick Enberg
Enberg is one of the most prominent and respected play-by-play announcers in network television history, with a career spanning more than forty years.
Enberg was educated at Central Michigan University and Indiana University, earning master's and doctorate degrees in health sciences at the latter institution.
Enberg is the father of actor Alexander Enberg.
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  Dick Enberg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dick Enberg (born January 9, 1935 in Armada, Michigan) is an American sportscaster.
Enberg is one of the most prominent play-by-play announcers in network television, with a career spanning more than forty years.
Enberg was educated at Central Michigan University and Indiana University, earning master's and doctorate degrees in health sciences at the latter institution.
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 CBS Sports Team - CBS SportsLine.com
Enberg began his full-time broadcasting career in 1965 in Los Angeles as the radio and television voice of the California Angels, UCLA basketball and the Los Angeles Rams.
Enberg's versatility is reflected in the fact that he is the only person to win national Emmy Awards as a sportscaster (1981, 1983, 1990, 1993), writer (1988, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999 [2], 2004) and producer (1978).
Enberg was awarded the 1984 Eclipse Award (thoroughbred racing), the 1995 National Basketball Hall of Fame's Curt Gowdy Award, the 1999 Pro Football Hall of Fame's Pete Rozelle Award and a 1974 local Emmy Award for coverage of the Rose Bowl Parade.
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 Dick Enberg Information
Dick Enberg (born January 9, 1935 in Armada, Michigan) is an American sportscaster.
Enberg was hired by CBS in 2000, and now calls that network's NFL and college basketball action, and the U.S. Open tennis tournament, as well as contributing to coverage of The Masters and PGA Championship golf.
Enberg attended a small-town high school, Armada High School, and was responsible for the naming of the yearbook, the Regit (Tiger spelled backwards), a name it has to this day.
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 Dick Enberg: bio and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dick Enberg (born January 9, EHandler: no quick summary.
Enberg is one of the most prominent play-by-play play-by-play quick summary:
Enberg was educated at Central Michigan University Central Michigan University quick summary:
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 Dick Enberg Bio
Dick Enberg returns for his second season as the lead announcer for Westwood One's Thursday Night Football coverage.
Previously, Enberg spent 25 years with NBC Sports, beginning in 1975 as a play-by-play announcer for college basketball, and has taken on assignments from the Super Bowl to the NBA All-Star Game and everywhere in between.
Enberg's work has garnered 14 Emmys, 9 Sportscaster of the Year awards, the Victor Award for top sportscaster of the past 25 years and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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 CMU Dedicates Dick Enberg Academic Center - CMUChippewas.com—Official Web Site of Central Michigan University Athletics
Enberg, a 1957 CMU graduate and winner of 14 Emmy Awards, is known for his work as a sports broadcaster with CBS and NBC.
Enberg is an honorary member of the Academic All-America Hall of Fame and has been inducted into the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame, the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame and the CMU Athletic Hall of Fame.
The Dick Enberg Academic Center is 6,000-square-foot facility that houses a computer lab with 31 workstations, five tutoring rooms, a quiet study room and the offices of the full-time academic staff.
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 Abilene Reporter News: SHNS   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Enberg's recollections are priceless, such as his conversations about poetry with UCLA basketball coach John Wooden, his interviews with Rams coach George Allen and his uproariously good times with Drysdale.
Enberg rented a car, drove to Channel 5's studios in Hollywood and did the play-by-play live while the tape was shown at 11 p.m.
Enberg had listened to the game on the radio, knew how it turned out and, of course, was even able to "anticipate" a few plays that night.
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 Dick Vitale - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
College Basketball" (born June 9, 1939 in Passaic, New Jersey) is an American sports broadcaster who is well known for his spirited style of broadcasting, primarily on ESPN and its family of cable television channels.
Temple University head coach John Chaney once said "You can't get Dick Vitale to say 15 words without Duke coming out of his mouth."[1] He is also called "Dookie V", a take-off on his "Dickie V" nickname, by detractors for the same reason.
Vitale is well known for covering the biggest games with his rare form of energy, coining terms like "diaper dandy" (a star freshman), a "PTPer" (a prime time performer), and "Maalox Masher" (the end of a close game).
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 Dick Enberg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Enberg was educated at Central Michigan University and Indiana University, earning master's and doctorate degrees at the latter institution.
In the early 1970s Enberg hosted the syndicated game show "Sports Challenge", and co-produced the Emmy Award-winning sports-history series "The Way It Was" for PBS.
For the next 25 years, he broadcast a plethora of sports and events for NBC, including the NFL, MLB, the National Basketball Association, the U.S. Open (golf) championship, college football and basketball, the Wimbledon tennis tournament, heavyweight boxing, Breeders' Cup horse racing, and the Olympic Games.
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 Masters News: @ugusta & CNNSI.comCBS maintains peaceful presence 04/08/00
Enberg ended his 25-year relationship with NBC in January to return to the NFL broadcast booth for CBS.
Enberg said he will be used in a limited role and will not infringe on Nantz's duties.
Enberg will make his Masters broadcasting debut today in Butler Cabin where he'll conduct interviews and deliver the first of two ``Enberg Moments.'' Reviving the highlight-driven essays is Enberg's prime responsibility at the Masters.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /augusta/stories/040800/fea_enberg.shtml   (743 words)

  
 Call of the Game }>> NEWS
Although he's not expecting much in residuals for his book, "Dick Enberg: Oh My!" ($24.95, Sports Publishing LLC, which includes an hour-long DVD interview), this is more of a reflection of his travels and how much fun it's been.
For those too young to remember, Enberg was the voice of UCLA basketball, Rams football and Angels baseball during a stretch from the mid '60s to the late '70s.
Enberg was almost pressured into changing his name to "Dick Breen" because someone thought Enberg sounded "too Jewish" (It's actually Finnish).
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 General Releases - Central Michigan University - Official Athletic Site   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dick Enberg was named National Sportscaster of the Year nine times.
Arguably one of the most well-known Chippewas, Dick Enberg is in his second year with CBS Sports after calling games for NBC for 25 years.
Enberg was inducted into the CMU Athletics Hall of Fame in 1993.
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 San Diego Hall of Champions - Sports at Lunch, Aug. 13, Dick Enberg and his play, "McGuire"
Dick Enberg, the Emmy Award-winning broadcaster that makes his home in La Jolla, will speak at Sports at Lunch on his one-man play, "McGuire," on Wednesday, Aug. 13 at the Hall of Champions in Balboa Park.
Dick Enberg (right) with Bob Knight when Enberg was the emcee for the 62nd annual Viejas Salute to the Champions dinner on March 4 and Knight attended to help induct Pete Newell into the Breitbard Hall of Fame.
Dick Enberg, the Emmy Award-winning broadcaster and long-time friend of the Hall of Champions, will speak at Sports at Lunch on his one-man play, "McGuire," on Wednesday, Aug. 13 at the Hall of Champions in Balboa Park.
www.sdhoc.com /main/articles/sportsatlunch/sportsatlunch2008/Enberga13   (447 words)

  
 NFL, MLB, NBA, NCAA, Fantasy Sports News - CBSSports.com Live Scores, Stats, Schedules
Dick Enberg is his ninth year calling play-by-play for CBS Sports' coverage of the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship, Enberg joined CBS Sports in January 2000 as play-by-play announcer for THE NFL ON CBS, college basketball and the U.S. Open Tennis Championships.
Enberg began his full-time broadcasting career in 1965 in Los Angeles as the radio and television voice of the California Angels, UCLA basketball and the Los Angeles Rams.
Enberg's versatility is reflected in the fact that he is the only person to win national Emmy Awards as a sportscaster (1981, 1983, 1990, 1993), writer (1988, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999 [2], 2004) and producer (1978).
www.sportsline.com /cbssports/team/denberg   (615 words)

  
 Dick Enberg - Mahalo
Dick Enberg is a highly-respected sportscaster with a career spanning over 40 years in the broadcast booth.
Enberg was an assistant professor and baseball coach at California State University, Northridge from 1961-1965.
Enberg began his broadcasting career calling games for the California Angels in the late 1960s and later called games for the Los Angeles Rams and the UCLA Bruins Basketball team.
www.mahalo.com /Dick_Enberg   (287 words)

  
 Washingtonpost.com: Live Online
Dick Enberg's Humorous Quotes For All Occasions is available on borders.com
In January 2000, Enberg became CBS' play-by-play announcer for the NFL, college basketball and the U.S. Open Tennis Championships.
Enberg is covering this year's NCAA tournament on CBS with Bill Walton.
washingtonpost.com /wp-srv/liveonline/01/sports/sports_enberg0312.htm   (290 words)

  
 Democrat & Chronicle: Broadcaster Enberg says he's 'Representative of the fan'   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dick Enberg, atop the tower overlooking No. 18, has seen many of golf’s best moments.
Enberg grew up 40 miles north of Detroit, where his heroes were Ted Williams, Gordie Howe and Heisman Trophy winner Doak Walker.
Enberg worked the 18th tower with Johnny Miller for five years at NBC and believes golf is the hardest sport to cover.
www.democratandchronicle.com /sports/pga/0817story17_pga.shtml   (757 words)

  
 Sports: CBS Sundays entice Enberg enough
When Dick Enberg was weighing his responsibilities at NBC against his proposed duties at CBS, it seemed pretty even.
NBC had kept Enberg's plate full despite losing the NFL after the 1997 season, and it had a nice carrot coming up in the Olympics.
Enberg put his fingerprints on nearly every sport including baseball, college basketball, tennis and the Olympics.
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Enberg, covering college basketball, met McGuire in the late 1970s when the colorful coach was leading Marquette into the national spotlight.
That figures because Enberg holds a doctorate in health education and was an assistant professor at San Fernando Valley State College (now Cal State Northridge) before becoming a full-time sportscaster.
Enberg writes about the "deep depression" that settled over the entire NBC crew because the NFL announced, the week leading up to the game, that CBS was taking over the AFC franchise.
www.knoxstudio.com /shns/story.cfm?pk=SAUNDERS16-TV-05-16-05&cat=BP   (698 words)

  
 Speakers Platform Speakers Bureau: Dick Enberg, Keynote Speaker On: Athletics / Sports, Journalism, Media / Broadcast / ...
After twenty-five years with NBC TV Sports, where he began in 1975 as the play-by-play man on college basketball, Dick Enberg joined CBS Sports in January 2000 where he serves as play-by-play announcer for The NFL on CBS, as well as college basketball and the U.S. Open Tennis Championships.
In May of 1997, he was honored as the first recipient of the Enberg Award by the GTE Academic All-America Hall of Fame.
Enberg has been named as a distinguished alumnus by both Central Michigan and Indiana University, and in 1993 was inducted into the Central Michigan University Athletic Hall of Fame.
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