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Mar
09

TMI From USC Radio Man


Announcers should never be the story, unless they have some serious sexual hang-ups, (nod, Marv Albert) so this story about USC radio football play-by-play man Pete Arbogast is pretty useless; but hey, it’s a slow day today and everyone else is paying attention to college basketball…

While on some internet radio show called the LuvCh@t, hosted by famed broadcaster Jim “The Poorman” Trenton, Arbogast decided to talk about the size of his junk, his favorite sexual positions and getting ass on the road, all within the first few minutes of the chat.

The show, sponsored by ExtenZe and a sex-toy company also interviewed Arbogast’s wife who came on inexplicably with their teenage son to discuss her and her husband’s sex life. When asked what the Mrs. Arbogast’s favorite position was, ever the gentleman, her husband interrupts and says “Let’s just say it’s a number.” Gee thanks for the information Dad! Now if you don’t mind, I’m gonna go burn my brain with acid in an attempt to rid myself of that image…

[LA Daily News via Sports by Brooks]


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