Sergio Dipp Sideline Broadcast Was the Best Part of Monday Night Football

Sergio Dipp Sideline Broadcast Was the Best Part of Monday Night Football

He's the young man who made a memorably awkward debut as an "MNF" sideline reporter when Mowins threw it to him in the first quarter for a quick note on Joseph. But unfortunately for Dipp, his debut was memorable for all the wrong reasons. I was starting my elementary school September 11, 2001, in Calexico, California, born in Mexicali, Baja California, but growing up in the American environment as a minority, a minority like head coaches Vance Joseph [of the Broncos] and Anthony Lynn [of the Chargers].

"You watch him now on the screen", Dipp continued. Dipp might not have been up to the standards of the network-to the dismay of his newfound legion of fans, ESPN did not let him deliver another report the rest of the game-but he gave us more entertainment than a late night West Coast slugfest ever could. Two African American coaches were making their debuts on the same night, while the telecast featured Beth Mowins, the first woman to call a regular season National Football League game in 30 years, and infamous coach Rex Ryan in the booth. He served up more Dipp. And who, you might ask even if you saw the game, is Sergio Dipp?

After the game, Dipp made a heartfelt apology for his freakish report from his hotel room. " comments online. Others began lamenting the fact that Dipp was apparently not allowed back on the air".

"I love you, I respect you, but I especially admire you a lot, brother", the letter begins.

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I don't know much but I know I need Sergio Dipp on all the broadcasts from now on.

And God bless America.

Some of the Tweets, however, went exactly as you'd expect when a non-American reporter-Dipp was born in Mexicali, and moved to Monterrey in 2006-flubs some filler lines.

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