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Mike Couzens
Play-by-Play broadcaster, ESPN.
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Mike Couzens 4h
Replying to @ValleysToPeaks
Thanks, Ryan. We all get help along the way--I'm happy to do my part.
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Mike Couzens 4h
Replying to @burst_sports
Truly my pleasure
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Mike Couzens 4h
Replying to @Halioughton
I will have Millie and Peanut coordinate with Joey
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Mike Couzens 7h
Replying to @BrentAxeMedia
What about Pete Franklin?
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Mike Couzens 11h
Replying to @Taylor_McGregor @Cubs
I can't hear Henry Rowengartner yelling from the bleachers, so I'm not sure how realistic it is.
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Mike Couzens 12h
Replying to @hbgsensradio
Age is just a number, right?
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Mike Couzens 16h
Pallets of Dunkin coffee will be arriving at your estate shortly
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Mike Couzens 17h
Replying to @henrydodd
Much appreciated, Henry
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Mike Couzens 19h
If you’re a student or young play-by-play broadcaster looking for a critique of feedback, my inbox is open. Happy to help anyone looking to get better. Please share with anyone who you think might be in search of feedback. I don’t know who originated this quotation, but it fits.
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Mike Couzens Jul 6
We demand Scooch and/or Pops direct from Chiefsville
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Mike Couzens Jul 6
Replying to @alancoxshow
The worst week of Marcel's life is now over.
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Mike Couzens Jul 5
Replying to @16thLetter
A compliment of the highest order
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Mike Couzens Jul 5
Replying to @16thLetter
You are the Lin-Manuel of our shows, and we're not throwing away our shot.
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Mike Couzens Jul 5
What’s the construction in the foreground? Highway?
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Mike Couzens Jul 5
Replying to @MikeCouzens
One vista also shows a baseball team Perhaps a name soon gone, like in a bad dream And off to the east, it’s Vikings you’ll find Shaping downtown, as well as young minds Neither east nor west, but lots of which to boast It must be seen to be loved, this here north coast
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Mike Couzens Jul 5
Along the path of the Crooked River A great reminder of what steel delivered Jobs and prosperity, hand in hand Rails, boats, and ore came into this land Further along you’ll see “Superfund” A few more steps the arena, once Gund
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Mike Couzens Jul 5
Replying to @MikeCouzens
And if your brain works anything like mine (bless your heart if it does), you'll end up down many Wikipedia rabbit holes finding out about how the cast members got to "Hamilton" and where they've gone since. If anything, King George was right when he said, "You'll be back".
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Mike Couzens Jul 5
Replying to @MikeCouzens
There are nerves at any level of performance, but what amazes me is the ability to nail such lyrically intricate schemes while mixing choreography and song. At least in play-by-play it's all ad-lib, and even then I mess up all the time.
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Mike Couzens Jul 5
Replying to @MikeCouzens
Then, after the show, watching this Q&A among cast members added another dimension to it because you get to see them on another level, which is who they really are, as they share their fears, joys, and anxieties about the show.
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Mike Couzens Jul 5
Rewatching gave me another level of appreciation for how talented the performers in that show are. The close-up shots that you'd never get sitting in a theater add another element to the performance. The lyrical precision of the show is just so good.
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