Aug 14, 2015

Beth Mowins to become rare female NFL play-by-play announcer - San Francisco Chronicle

Beth Mowins to become rare female NFL play-by-play announcer In her 25-year career, the last several with ESPN, she has called college football games, the softball College World Series, men’s and women’s basketball and a host of other sports. “I’m surprised that no one had asked her before; her resume speaks for itself,” said Vittorio DeBartolo, the Raiders’ vice president and executive...

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