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Topic - Stan Verrett
School pride surges this time of year for the fortunate alumni who get to cheer on their respective alma maters in various basketball tournaments.
ESPN anchor Stan Verrett (Class of '89) was the keynote speaker Thursday for Howard's first "Sports Media Day," and he told students plenty of stories about CBS announcer Gus Johnson (Class of '90).
"Demand drives the coverage," Verrett said. "People want to know more and more about athletes, not only on the court and field, but also who they are as people. We live in that sort of culture, and it's not just sports, but entertainment and politics, too. If no one watched, read or clicked on, the focus would change. But obviously, it's working. ESPN just enjoyed its best year ever."