Michael David Adamle (born October 4, 1949) is a former American football player and sports broadcaster….who after retiring from playing football professionally joined NBC Sports, where he was both a studio host and sideline reporter for various events….as seen in this video herewith….where he spent six years with NBC Sports hosting SportsWorld and pre-game shows. He was also the host of GrandStand, which was both a pregame show for the National Football League (NFL) and a sports anthology series during the NFL’s off-season. In 1984, he was ABC’s sideline reporter for the United States Football League. In 2001, Adamle returned to sideline reporting when he joined KNBC’s Fred Roggin on NBC’s primary XFL broadcast team.
Bryant Charles Gumbel (born September 29, 1948) is an American television journalist and sportscaster ….who is best known for his 15 years as co-host of NBC’s Today. Gumbel was hired by NBC Sports in the fall of 1975 as co-host of its National Football League pre-game show GrandStand with Jack Buck. From 1975 until January 1982….when he left to do The Today Show….he hosted numerous sporting events for NBC including Major League Baseball….college basketball….and the National Football League. He returned to sportscasting for NBC when he hosted the prime time coverage of the 1988 Summer Olympics from Seoul,Korea….and the PGA Tour in 1990.
Francis Asbury Tarkenton (born February 3, 1940) is a former National Football League (NFL) quarterback, television personality, and computer software executive. He played in the NFL for 18 seasons and spent the majority of his career with the Minnesota Vikings. At the time of his retirement, Tarkenton owned every major quarterback record. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1986 and the College Football Hall of Fame in 1987.
Richard Alan Enberg (January 9, 1935 – December 21, 2017) was a legendary American sportscaster ….who over the course of approximately 60-year provided play-by-play of various sports for several radio and television networks….including NBC (1975–1999)….CBS (2000–2014)….and ESPN (2004–2011)….as well for individual teams…..such as UCLA Bruins basketball….Los Angeles Rams football….and California Angels and San Diego Padres baseball. Enberg was well known for his signature on-air catch-phrases such as “Touch ’em all” for home runs and “Oh, my!” for particularly exciting and outstanding athletic plays.