Excellent radio calling, as usual.
For those who have a problem with the "he got it!!!" outburst by the colour commentator, one of the most iconic radio calls in 49ers history is the first Rice TD in the 1988 NFC Championship game in Chicago. Just as Rice grabs the ball and sets off on his long run to the endzone, and a split second before the play-by-play announcer calls it ("they won't catch him"), the colour commentator says "He's gone!", with such a calm assurance at Jerry's greatness that makes the call just perfect.
The colour commentator is not just there to spout off platitudes when there's a break in the action, like so many of the horrible ones we have in England in our football (all of them ex-players and all barely literate, unlike your excellent American ex-players in both TV and radio). A good colour gives pulse to the broadcast, and Davis did this beautifully. As for partisanship, of course he's partisan. That's the beauty of radio commentary compared to TV which is "neutral" to the point of blandness.
[ Edited by paulk205 on Jan 14, 2012 at 10:43 PM ]