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At one time the football radio broadcast was broadcast inside the stadium on it's own frequency without the delay of the broadcast stations. Does anyone know if they are still doing that and the frequency? Thanks.
I will ask my dad tonight if he knows,him and his dad used to listen to the games all the back then.
Even if it was on a special frequency, Kesling would still get a good number of the calls wrong.
Having heard the PA announcer for the GA Dome last weekend, I'd actually have to say there are worse announcers in the South than Kesling...
This post was edited by tntoak 19 months ago
I couldn't even hear the PA. From where I was, and it wasn't far from you from the look of your pictures, it was like there wasn't a PA announcer at all. That really surprised me because you can hear it with no problem during Falcons games.
I couldn't even hear the bands from my seat. The only reason we could hear the PA was because there was a speaker directly in front of us
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