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broadcasts you know that it could be a lot worse. Don Orsillo will never approach greatness, will never be Vin Scully or Mel Allen or Ned Martin or Sean McDonough, but he's safe and competent. Not a ringing endorsement until you think about Chip
02 p.m.: Previously on "Hard Knocks" ... pretty much a Joe McKnight blooper reel. All that was missing was a Mel Allen voice-over ("Now, time for TWIB notes from around the league). I don't know, every time HBO makes a guy out to
on a cold and windy night. High marks go to the casting, not a misfire in there (well, maybe Christopher McDonald as Mel Allen .) Why isn’t it ranked higher?: What makes it a good movie gets in the way of potential greatness. Crystal is just too close