Barrett, who has served as the voice of the Razorbacks for football, men's basketball and baseball since 2010, began as the baseball play-by-play announcer in 1992, the same year Arkansas joined the Southeastern Conference.
What does PBP stand for?
PBP stands for Play-By-Play
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- Penicillin Binding Protein
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- PERL (Practical Extraction and Report Language) Best Practices (computer programming)
- Personal Basis Profile (connected device configuration)
- Personal Business Plan
- Pheromone Binding Protein
- Picture Bleeds Paint (band)
- Picture by Picture (TVs and monitors)
- Plan Benefit Package (health care)
- Play by Post (roleplaying games)
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Maybe the greatest compliment to the Hall of Famer starting his 58th season with the team is his voice is impersonated by Harry Shearer when he does the Springfield Isotopes' play-by-play on "The Simpsons.
Under the terms of the agreement, GIG is providing software and services to allow Ladbrokes to offer timely, play-by-play betting throughout the course of a sporting event.
The ESPN Play by Play lets kids transform from spectators to commentators by allowing them to play well-known sports sounds commonly heard in stadiums and arenas while they announce their own play-by-play.
Three seasons into figuring out how to build a career as an NBA broadcaster, there's been a dramatic spike in the learning curve for volleyball legend-turned-Denver Nuggets TV play-by-play man Chris Marlowe.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, April 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Play-By-Play Toys & Novelties, Inc.
In the '90s, Costas returned to baseball, handling play-by-play for NBC's All Star, playoff and World Series telecasts.
The RealLiveSports ESPN Play-by-Play is a boombox (or should it be ``Boomer'' box) that allows kids 8 and older (we don't make up the age limits, we just pass along the strict guidelines) to use a microphone with an ESPN logo and start screaming out play-by-play of their friends' ``Red Rover'' games out in the street.