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posted by Andrea Griffith-Girtz in Sports

Munson Raw Interview Tapes

September 29, 2011

After releasing a piece on the life of legendary broadcaster Larry Munson, I took the raw interview tapes and laid some visuals over them. The (virtually) unedited audio from the sit-down interview was never made public. Until now...

During the conversation, we discussed Munson's childhood, career, health problems and his "life after football."

It's all in the book "From Herschel to a Hobnail Boot" which you can find in stores now.

Here's a link to the original piece, plus a column on my experience.

The full interview is below, broken up into six parts...

Enjoy!

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