Vin Scully reminisced about what it was like to call NFL games with John Madden, who passed away on Dec. 28.
Scully said he was so impressed by Madden’s knowledge of football that simply sitting with him in the broadcast booth had an impact.
“There was no sense in my mind that I was competing with John,” Scully said on NFL Network. “You could say I was just holding on for dear life and loving every minute.”
You can take a look at the full clip here.
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