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'Wow! What a beautiful woman!' Meet the Miss Alabama girlfriend of star quarterback who sent broadcasters drooling during game against Notre Dame

    ESPN cameras picked up Katherine Webb in the stands on Monday night
    The appearance sent her Twitter followers soaring - and Arizona Cardinals player Darnell Dockett even tweeted her his number
    Webb, 23, is reigning Miss Alabama and placed in the top ten in Miss USA
    Has been dating Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron, 22, for a month

By Lydia Warren

PUBLISHED: 11:09 EST, 8 January 2013 | UPDATED: 11:10 EST, 8 January 2013

 

Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron may have been putting on a championship-winning performance on the field, but all eyes were on the stands - and his girlfriend - on Monday night.

Katherine Webb sent broadcasters drooling and viewers tweeting their admiration after she cheered for McCarron as his team swiftly defeated Notre Dame to win the BCS National Championship.

In the first quarter of the game, the ESPN cameras panned to 23-year-old reigning Miss Alabama, who was sitting with McCarron's mother, and the sportscasters immediately perked up.

'I'm telling you, you quarterbacks, you get all the good looking women,' 73-year-old Brent Musburger gushed. 'What a beautiful woman.'




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It's ridiculous that such a big deal is being made of Musberger's remarks.



....one thing for sure, he's got good taste.
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Well, she is a looker but they've only been together a month...it can't be all that serious yet (sitting with his mom notwithstanding).

The game was a major snore (should have been Oregon there, not Notre Dame).  The announcers were doing anything they could think of to keep people watching.
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Someone on Fox this morning commented that she only came in #10 - wondered what #9 must look like ~LOL~
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She looks like a corn-fed Kate Middleton.      :silly:
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Musberger sounded like a dirty old man, but he was desperate for some bright spot in the evening, considering his love affair with Notre Dame.
I have decided to officially and formally not apologize. I'm not sorry at all, even slightly.

    Indeed, I especially want to convey my absence of remorse to anyone who was offended by what I said. If you are the sort of person who gets twisted into knots when someone articulates a point of view that differs from your own, then you are exactly the sort of person who should never receive an apology for a differing point of view — if I were offering one, which, again, I'm not.

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Having worked many live NASCAR broadcasts (in the booth), cameramen are notorious for recording the best-looking (or alternatively the raunchiest) fans to relieve pre-race boredom I guess.  Usually the director avoids airing such during dry spells (caution laps) but use specially pre-packaged tapes, especially during rain periods.  IIRC, ESPN was the WORST (and still is the WORST) for producing live races.   If they wanted T&A, they could have used the SI swimsuit edition as a boredom reliever.    The talent I worked with over the years were professionals, and never resorted to ogling antics before, during or after broadcast.

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Agreed...never been a Mussburger fan, but he was stuck with a very boring game and needed to fill the airtime.  He shouldn't have kept going on with the "Wow" schtick, but it was all harmless drivel.

Hope I learned my lesson about trying to make a point about professionalism here.  Won't make the same mistake twice.  Doubt if Chris Collinsworth or Al Michaels, who have called BORING games BTW, would allow themselves to lower their standards.

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I'm sure we aren't incapable of appreciating professionalism "around here".

It's the double standard that pi$$es me off. 

Maybe 73 years old is too old for the job?

Don't understand what double standard you are referring to.  Professionalism does not have more than one standard.  Let me know if you're saying that this is a personal statement regarding my views.  Thanks

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I have decided to officially and formally not apologize. I'm not sorry at all, even slightly.

    Indeed, I especially want to convey my absence of remorse to anyone who was offended by what I said. If you are the sort of person who gets twisted into knots when someone articulates a point of view that differs from your own, then you are exactly the sort of person who should never receive an apology for a differing point of view — if I were offering one, which, again, I'm not.

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