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Adam Hermann | NCAA.com | December 22, 2017

Central Michigan honoring Dick Enberg with helmet sticker

Legendary sports broadcaster Dick Enberg passed away Thursday night at age 82.

On Friday, Central Michigan decided to honor Enberg, an alumnus and former Chippewas baseball player, during its Famous Idaho Potato Bowl matchup vs. Wyoming with helmet stickers featuring his signature catch phrase, “Oh my!”

Despite his busy schedule, calling games for NBC, CBS, and ESPN during his decades-long career, Enberg remained an engaged CMU alumnus.

Here’s a look at a great sit-down he had with CMU’s athletics department just over a year ago, discussing his time at the school and his career:

One of Enberg's most famous "Oh my!" calls came in the 1987 AFC Championship game, with The Fumble.

Central Michigan and Wyoming face off Friday at 4:00.

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