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[VIDEO] Joel Godett Takes You All Access at Media Day

Voice of the Cards Joel Godett has a great video up on the BSU mothership about Media Day and Ball State Football. I highly advise you watch it below…

Some things I noticed…

  • The quiet confidence that I’ve loved about CPL since his arrival is on full display.
  • Ben Ingle may be one of the smoothest-voiced football players I’ve heard speak. Seriously, he has a future as a Student Loan Collector that people not only wouldn’t despise, they’d pay triple. Early.
  • Quake rocks the bowtie far better than you or I ever could.
  • Rod Carey from NIU is a big dude. I bet he could use his hands as cricket bats.
  • The next time I see Joel, I’m asking whether his last name is “Guhdet” or “GOdett” because in the video above, he pronounces it two different ways. Or maybe I’m just hearing it that way. Perhaps this is a Howard Stern/Pig Vomit edition of “Double yew ennnnnn be see”. In that example, I guess Joel would be Howard. Tex Ritter would definitely be Fred.
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