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March 26, 2015 - 8:32pm
Lundquist has been calling NCAA Tournament games for more than 30 years.

Verne Lundquist witnessed the legendary Iron Bowl in 2013 between Alabama and Auburn and famously narrated the rise to fame of an uncontrollable golfer in the 1996 comedy film “Happy Gilmore.” 

Still, the 74-year-old broadcaster said the excitement surrounding the NCAA Tournament beats all other scenes in sports. 

September 14, 2014 - 7:40pm
As the fall TV season kicks into high gear, viewers must say a few tearful goodbyes to some fan favorites.

Before embarking into the fall TV season, fans must brace themselves for some hard goodbyes.

On NBC, two shows will be making their final rounds. The family drama Parenthood will enter its sixth and final season on Sept. 25.

The show has constantly struggled with ratings and has faced cancellation more than once, but the network allowed writers to say a proper goodbye to their fans who weathered the ups and downs in 13 episodes.

April 1, 2014 - 1:17pm
After nine seasons and countless stories of friendship and relationships to cherish, the series finale to HIMYM was upsetting to a vocal faction yet legendary to all. Warning: Spoilers Ahead.

The hour-long series finale of CBS’s hit romantic comedy How I Met Your Mother aired Monday night, ending with a twist that many didn’t see coming. It was a curveball met with howls of frustration on Twitter and downright vitriolic critical outrage. But as the episode concluded, it wasn’t the television screen at which I sat staring, mouth agape, dumbfounded. It was my Twitter feed. 

September 23, 2013 - 2:07pm
The guys discuss the return of one of their favorite shows, hope and despair regarding new comedies this fall, and general Emmy feelings before going into a more heavy analysis next week.

This week we focus on TV happenings.

We start with New Girl, a personal favorite of ours and one of the best comedies on television (1:50).

We then move on to comedies that will making their debut (or have already debuted) this fall including: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Trophy Wife, Dads, and many others (15:00).

We finish talking about general Emmy thoughts regarding the landscape of television (31:05), and give our pop culture recommendations for the week (38:10).

February 4, 2013 - 12:06pm
Here's The NewsHouse's picks for some of the best and worst ads from this year's Super Bowl

The Good

NFL, Deion Sanders get's re-drafted - It feels bad to give the NFL the award for best ad in an NFL-sponsored event, but you can't deny they did a good job. The incorporation of Deion Sanders, humor, and a giant afro made Leon Sandcastle's, who's just "an uglier Deion Sanders," NFL debut just one of the highlights of this year's ads.