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Chris Berman
He appeared in Saved by the Bell: Joseph's High School , at the time an all-boys school in Cleveland, where he played high school football. Baseball's longest postseason game Golic was cut by the Patriots going into the season, and claimed on waivers by the Cleveland Browns. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Chris Berman.

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Golic was cut by the Patriots going into the season, and claimed on waivers by the Cleveland Browns. The Browns moved him from Linebacker to Nose Tackle. Golic was a 3-time Pro Bowler: After retiring from football, Golic pursued an acting career. He appeared in Saved by the Bell: The College Years , playing the role of Mike Rogers, the resident adviser of Cal U, the fictional college attended by the cast.

Wedding in Las Vegas in From until , Golic was one of the members of the original Home and Family when it aired on The Family Channel now known as Freeform. His nephews are Mike Golic Jr. Golic lives with his family in Solon , Ohio. He is married to Karen Baughman —present and has 3 children. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bob Golic Golic in April Retrieved March 24, Wrestling is a football player's best offseason workout". Retrieved August 28, Retrieved April 20, Retrieved September 1, Archived from the original on January 5, Retrieved May 16, Archived from the original on July 16, Retrieved March 25, CBT welcomes to the stage, for the Nov.

He joined ESPN in , a month after its founding, and has been with the network ever since. Berman and Ley are the only remaining SportsCenter anchors from Berman often appears on Sportscenter at night midnight to 1 a.

By , Berman was described as the leader of the ESPN team and one of the most recognizable sportscasters in the business. You will hear him.

At the time, Berman noted that his contract with ESPN would expire on his 55th birthday, and that he did not see himself broadcasting into his 60s. In April , however, ESPN extended Berman's contract for an undisclosed period of time, only noting that it was a multi-year deal. Berman was a season ticket holder for the Hartford Whalers , and was a strong supporter of the team's staying in Connecticut. He occasionally makes reference to the team, sometimes even by humming the team's theme song, Brass Bonanza.

Berman has also become a strong backer of the Buffalo Bills in recent years. In an interview with Buffalo Bills reporter and play-by-play voice John Murphy on July 26, , Berman acknowledged that you could call him a "Bills Booster".

Berman is well known for his various catchphrases and player nicknames. For seven consecutive years "The Swami" predicted a Super Bowl between the San Francisco 49ers and the Buffalo Bills , one or the other — but never both — making it during that span. Berman appeared in Adam Sandler 's comedy The Waterboy as well as Sandler's The Longest Yard in , playing himself as the play-by-play announcer of the prison football game.

Berman also appeared as himself in Necessary Roughness in , The Program in though was a little out of place doing college football , Little Big League in , as well as Eddie and Kingpin in Berman appears in Nutrisystem commercials with Don Shula , Dan Marino , Terry Bradshaw , and Mike Golic , using some of his trademark phrases and nicknames to show how much weight they lost.

Berman married Katherine "Kathy" Alexinski in She died in a traffic collision in Woodbury on May 10, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Chris Berman Chris Berman in March Retrieved October 5, Retrieved May 14, Regular Guy With a National Following".