King Mclure alert

Cyched

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I think a lot of the angst was in his first(?) year when he ended up calling a majority of our games during the Prohmtastic Voyage Covid year. He wasn’t afraid to tell it like it was with how bad our play and coaching was.

Combo of being new and unpolished while having to watch and hear commentary on bad basketball, and I can see why people didn’t start with a good impression
 

CycloneRulzzz

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I think a lot of the angst was in his first(?) year when he ended up calling a majority of our games during the Prohmtastic Voyage Covid year. He wasn’t afraid to tell it like it was with how bad our play and coaching was.

Combo of being new and unpolished while having to watch and hear commentary on bad basketball, and I can see why people didn’t start with a good impression

This is a big part of it, but I still don't care all that much for him.
 

bizzle

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He's good now. It always cracked me up during his first year when they were doing remote broadcasts due to covid and his partner would consistently wear a suit and dress shirt and tie and King would be there in a hoodie.
 

aeroclone

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I think it may have been one of the early games this year where he actually made a comment on the air about ISU fans being hard on him on Twitter. I had a good laugh at that.
 
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