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List of Dallas Cowboys broadcasters

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

As of 2018, the Dallas Cowboys' flagship radio station is KRLD-FM owned by Entercom.

Brad Sham is the team's longtime play-by-play voice. Working alongside him is former Cowboy quarterback Babe Laufenberg. The Cowboys, who retain rights to all announcers, chose not to renew Laufenberg's contract in 2006 and brought in former safety Charlie Waters. However, Laufenberg did work as the analyst on the "Blue Star Network," which televises Cowboys preseason games not shown on national networks. The anchor station is KTVT, the CBS owned and operated station in Dallas. Previous stations which aired Cowboys games included KTCK (AM), KVIL-FM, KRLD, and KLUV-FM. Kristi Scales is the sideline reporter on the radio broadcasts.

During his tenure as Cowboys coach, Tom Landry co-hosted his own coach's show with late veteran sportscaster Frank Glieber and later with Brad Sham. Landry's show was famous for his analysis of raw game footage and for he and his co-host making their NFL "predictions" at the end of each show. Glieber is one of the original voices of the Cowboys Radio Network, along with Bill Mercer, famous for calling the Ice Bowl of 1967 and both Super Bowl V and VI. Mercer is perhaps best known as the ringside commentator of World Class Championship Wrestling in the 1980s. Upon Mercer's departure, Verne Lundquist joined the network, and became their play-by-play announcer by 1977, serving eight years in that capacity before handing those chores permanently over to Brad Sham, who joined the network in 1977 as the color analyst and occasional fill-in for Lundquist.

Longtime WFAA-TV sports anchor Dale Hansen was the Cowboys' color analyst with Brad Sham as the play-by-play announcer from 1985-94. Dave Garrett succeeded Sham on play-by-play in 1995, teaming with Hansen (1995–96), Laufenberg (1996–97), and Mike Doocy (1997). Sham returned as the team's play-by-play voice in 1998.

In 1984 and 2001, the Cowboys used guest analysts in the radio booth for each game. In 1984, Dale Hansen, Charlie Waters, Roger Staubach, Cliff Harris, Vern Lundquist, Drew Pearson, Frank Glieber, and Bob Lilly were guest analysts. In 2001, guest analysts included Charlie Waters, Irving Fryar, Roger Staubach, Troy Aikman, Dan Rather, Michael Irvin, Preston Pearson, John Madden, Pat Summerall, and Dale Hansen.

Cowboys radio announcers

Years Flagship station Play-by-play Color commentator
1960 KBOX Bud Sherman Frank Glieber
1961 KBOX Frank Glieber Don Buehler
1962 KLIF Charles Boland Bill Meek
1963 KLIF/KVIL Rick Weaver Gary DeLaune
1964 KLIF Jay Randolph Gary DeLaune
1965 KLIF Jay Randolph Bill Mercer
1966 KLIF Bill Mercer
1967–1968 KLIF Bill Mercer Blackie Sherrod
1969 KLIF Bill Mercer Blackie Sherrod & Verne Lundquist
1970–1971 KLIF Bill Mercer Verne Lundquist
1972–1975 KRLD Verne Lundquist Al Wisk
1976 KRLD Verne Lundquist Bob Lilly (home games) & Chris Needham (1st half of season) or Brad Sham (2nd half of season)
1977 KRLD Verne Lundquist Brad Sham
1978 KRLD Frank Glieber Verne Lundquist & Brad Sham
1979 KRLD Frank Glieber Charlie Waters (home games), Verne Lundquist & Brad Sham
1980–1983 KRLD Verne Lundquist Brad Sham
1984 KRLD Brad Sham Guest Analysts
1985–1990 KRLD Brad Sham Dale Hansen
1991–1994 KVIL Brad Sham Dale Hansen
1995 KVIL Dave Garrett Dale Hansen
1996 KVIL Dave Garrett Dale Hansen (first 14 games) or Babe Laufenberg (final 2 games)
1997 KVIL Dave Garrett Babe Laufenberg & Mike Doocy
1998–2000 KVIL Brad Sham Babe Laufenberg
2001 KVIL Brad Sham Babe Laufenberg & Guest Analysts
2002–2005 KLUV Brad Sham Babe Laufenberg
2006 KTCK/KDBN Brad Sham Charlie Waters
2007–2008 KTCK/KDBN Brad Sham Babe Laufenberg
2009–Present KRLD-FM Brad Sham Babe Laufenberg
This page was last edited on 27 January 2021, at 05:27
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