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Topic - Nat Allbright
Nat Allbright wasn't the most accurate play-by-play sportscaster around — he once described a high school running back as crossing the "40-yard line, the 50, the 55, the 60" — but it would have been hard to find anybody more exciting.
"So we had a rain delay — there was nothing else I could do," Allbright said. "You know, if you take the cellophane off a pack of cigarettes and crumple it up near the microphone, it sounds just like thunder."