ESPN Announcer Is Getting Crushed For What He’s Said During Ohio State’s Game
COLUMBUS, OH – SEPTEMBER 06: A general view of Ohio Stadium during the game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Ohio Bobcats on September 6, 2008 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)Ohio State is making fairly easy work of Oregon State in its season opener at Ohio Stadium this afternoon.The Buckeyes are currently leading the Beavers, 42-14, with a couple of minutes to play in the first half.It hasn’t been the easiest of games for ESPN’s play-by-play man, Dave Pasch. He’s made a couple of tough errors.Pasch incorrectly summarized what happened with Ohio State freshman quarterback Tate Martell during his recruitment.Then, he got a penalty call wrong.The announcer who said Tate Martell committed to Chris Petersen and now-Oregon State coach Jonathan Smith at Washington is incredibly wrong. He committed to Sark and decommitted when the coaching change happened.— Ryan Ginn (@rmginn) September 1, 2018Dave Pasch is horrible. Thought Robert Landers was Nick Bosa, doesn’t know when Tate Martell committed to Washington, doesn’t know the punter outside the pocket rule— Ryan Ginn (@rmginn) September 1, 2018Happen to catch that he called Haskins, Dwight before the tape of him as a kid?— Dave (@daverini) September 1, 2018Welp, it’s Week 1 for the announcers, too.Ohio State has taken a 42-14 lead into halftime against Oregon State. The game is on ABC.