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May 01, 2016

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December 30, 2011
I was a child I would call in to the Larry Munson Show. I actually got through a few times to give him a question. That was the greatest thing I had ever experienced in my young life. I never knew what the weather was on game day until Larry would tell me "GET THE PICTURE" and describe it on the radio. He was the reason I have been a Bulldawg fan for over 35 years and always will be no matter where I live.THANK YOU LARRY.
December 22, 2011
Few days before Christmas now and I just read through " favorite calls" again. Got a tear in my eye that will just not go away.Used to carry a transistor radio in to the games with my dad, as he parked us under the tressel. You were so much a part of our lives Larry. God bless you always.
December 15, 2011
I grew up watching the Bulldogs play and listening to you call the games. You always painted such a vivid picture for me that I could actually see what was going on down on the field even though I was only listening via the radio. I feel like I have lost a part of my family. You will be missed. Godspeed
December 9, 2011
HE WAS MY FIRST PROFESSIONAL SPORTSCASTING BOSS AND WILL FOREVER BE ONE OF MY IDOLS. "Go (to heaven) you hairy dawg!"
Brent Weber
please visit my blog about Larry at brentweber.wordpress.com
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