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The Toledo-BYU 108-point thriller lasted so long, Mack Brown left a counter on air

BYU flog Toledo, 55-53, on a margin idea during a buzzer around 2:30 a.m. ET. The diversion had 1,278 sum yards, that is some-more than 16 FBS teams have mustered this whole deteriorate so far. The lead altered hands 9 times, there was a late two-point conversion, and Rhett Almond, a man who strike a winning kick, had only been benched a week prior.

But! Topping all of that was this impulse in a fourth quarter, when ESPN2 researcher Mack Brown left a announcing booth, giving play-by-play announcer Adam Amin and sideline contributor Molly McGrath a whole uncover to run:

Brown has Saturday ESPN duties in Connecticut, that is distant from Utah, in my opinion.

“We’re articulate about some games we competence wish to go see, and apparently Mack’s got to leave us right now, differently you’re not going to see this resplendent face on your TV tomorrow,” pronounced Amin. “We’re going to skip you, pal. You certain we don’t wish to hang around for a rest of this thing?”

“You’ve been operative on [imitating] my voice, so maybe we can be me and you, and Molly can help,” Brown said.

There were many jokes, such as this one:

And, as Brown prophesied, a rest of a diversion was indeed bonkers.

As an instance of how this sounded (and of how good a pursuit Amin did of wearing dual hats), here’s Toledo’s late two-point conversion, that was a furious play in and of itself:

And for finish diversion highlights (albeit reduction Amin as well, transposed by BYUtv commentators), here we are:

Hereby proposing we only let Mack skip Friday nights going forward.


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