Found August 21, 2013 on Awful Announcing:
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Shouldn't someone at ESPN have recognized him as that guy that does the tournament picks with Andy Katz? I blame the '72 Dolphins for this.  Without them and their neverending cries for attention, none of this would have happened. H/T RealMarlinsFan

Obama to honor '72 Dolphins team

During the 1972 NFL season, the Super Bowl champion Miami Dolphins played 17 games without a loss. Then they went 40 years without White House acknowledgment of that unmatched feat. Until today. President Barack Obama will host former team members and their then-coach, Hall of Famer Don Shula, at a White House recognition ceremony for the only NFL team to achieve a perfect season...

Obama salutes 1972 Dolphins

Some were gray-headed, others a bit stooped, at least one carried a cane. But despite age, there were still hints of the large frames that once had been covered in football pads and which had exploded from lines of scrimmage countless times in an unforgettable season. Nearly three dozen members of the 1972 Miami Dolphins finally received their White House moment Tuesday, 40 years...

Grant Hill & Wife Tamia Perform a Frank Ocean Song Together (Video)

Grant Hill has always been an extremely talented and well-rounded guy. Had Barack Obama not become the first African-American President of the United States, Hill definitely has all the tools and characteristics to have been an amazing politician. Hill of course has been married to R&B performer Tamia since 1999, and the two have always been deemed the perfect couple by many...

ESPN can’t spell President Barack Obama’s name correctly

ESPN has had quite a few graphics SNAFUs recently and when you spell the President of the United States name wrong, it might be time to consider firing some people.  Or at the very least start double checking everything.  This incident occurred when ESPN showed the President speaking when the 1972 Miami Dolphins finally got to visit the White House. [Awful Announcing]  

Three Members of 1972 Dolphins Pull a Tim Thomas, Refuse White House Invite

Man, these 1972 Miami Dolphins are all about technicalities. They were all into specifics when it came to whether the Patriots had a perfect season in 2007-2008, and now they’re being picky about President Barack Obama‘s politics. The ’72 Dolphins were all ready to head to the White House on Tuesday to be honored for their Super Bowl victory more than 40 years ago (they missed...

1972 undefeated Dolphins team honored at White House

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The 1972 Miami Dolphins have finally received their White House moment, 40 years after their historic undefeated season. It was a long wait for a Super Bowl championship team whose feat of 17 games without a loss has been unmatched in the NFL. President Barack Obama welcomed former team members and their then-coach, Hall of Famer Don Shula, at a White House ceremony...

ESPN Makes One Of Their Worst Gaffes To Date

It is usually a smart thing to correctly spell the President Of The United States’ name correctly on SportsCenter. As it is, ESPN did not do so and you have one of the worst mistakes ESPN has made in quite some time. For those of you who are unaware, the correct spelling is “President Barack Obama.” Glad we got that cleared up. [Deadspin] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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