Monty Rice has a future in broadcasting.

This is pretty good.


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11 responses to “Monty Rice has a future in broadcasting.

  1. debbybalcer

    Love his enthusiasm

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    • siskey

      He did a hell of a lot better job than the rest of that JV bunch. I like Cole but they need to let him do more.


  2. I like the mutual respect between Cook and Cine. Imma gonna tackle you but imma not gonna hurt you is what I see there, and Cine obliging. I believe they could’ve trucked each other…but the bigger picture and all that.

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  3. Greg

    Love the guy (Cine), always would take a Lester Hayes/Jack Tatum in the secondary any day. Make them think twice when they are open.

    Glad to see him get one.

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  4. practicaldawg

    More Monty Rice and less Jordan Rodgers please

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    • Dylan Dreyer's Booty

      Yes. If Monty doesn’t get drafted/make the cut/whatever maybe he can get get into broadcasting


  5. ZeroPOINTzero

    Off topic, but can someone please tell Schultz he doesn’t need to write AJC clickbait articles at the Athletic. Old habits die hard. He’s just a D for no reason other than tech clicks. Just write articles about football. If someone pays for the athletic they deserve better than that. Come on man.

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    • Remember the Quincy

      Couldn’t agree more. I raised an eyebrows when I first saw that he was going to The Athletic. His writing didn’t fit their mold from what I could see.


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  7. Castleberry

    This was fantastic. Another great moment – I laughed out loud when Jordan Rodgers suggested that Will Muschamp was going to dial up some exotic blitzes while his son was in at QB.


  8. Castleberry

    Separately – did anyone else notice the broadcast spotlighting Todd Monken – except they were zooming in on Neil “Hondo” Williamson? Multiple times.