Brent Musburger is a legendary broadcaster, whose decades-long career at CBS Sports, ESPN, and ABC Sports will long be remembered. Unfortunately, what will also be remembered about Musburger is his creepy public comments about Katherine Webb.
Musburger’s creepiness started when he publicly thirsted over Webb, who was supporting boyfriend (now husband) A.J. McCarron during the 2013 BCS National Championship Game. Musburger lost his mind when she was caught on camera, panting “wow,” and “woah,” while calling her a “lovely lady,” and “beautiful.”
Fast forward to late Saturday night, when Musburger, now the radio play-by-play voice for the Oakland Raiders, reacted to the news McCarron was traded to the team. Surprise, surprise, Musburger continued to creep on Webb.
Welcome A.J. McCarron to the Raider family. Can’t wait for the “beautiful “ Mrs. McCarron to join us in Oakland .
— Brent Musburger (@brentmusburger) September 3, 2018
I get that he might just be referencing his 2013 comments, but Musburger needs to relax and not make things any more awkward than they already are with McCarron and Webb. The 79-year-old’s thirst comments don’t need to be revisited, especially years after they were made.
Move on, Brent. You’re just coming off like a massive creeper. That’s no way to welcome the McCarron family to Oakland.