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Don Meredith, 'Monday Night Football' Analyst, Dead at 72

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 6th 2010 1:00PM
Monday Night Football teamDon Meredith, the former 'Monday Night Football' co-host, has died at the age of 72.

Meredith passed away in Santa Fe, NM of complications from emphysema and a brain hemorrhage he suffered on Sunday. He previously suffered a stroke in 2004.

Meredith was probably unknown to many younger TV viewers, but "Dandy Don" was everywhere in the 1970s and '80s. His trademark while calling games, besides his casual demeanor and humor, was singing 'Turn Out The Lights' when it was obvious that the game was indeed over.

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The end of Monday Night Football -- on ABC, anyhow.

by Kim Voynar, posted Dec 26th 2005 10:40PM
Well, it's been a great 36 years, ABC, but, as Jonathon reported the other day, like a middle-aged man with a mid-life crisis dumping his faithful wife for the hot young secretary, Monday Night Football is running off with a new love - ESPN. Tonight's game between the New England Patriots and New York Jets marks the long-running sports juggernaut's last hurrah on ABC. Next season, if you want your Monday Night Football, you'll have to shell out the bucks for cable to watch it over on ESPN. The game itself isn't any big deal -- the Jets are long since out of the playoffs, but I imagine some people are watching for old times' sake.  

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Old hosts join MNF for final ABC airing

by Jonathan Toomey, posted Dec 23rd 2005 11:49AM
MNF LogoThis Monday night marks the final airing of Monday Night Football on ABC. As was announced a few months ago, MNF moves to ESPN starting with the 2006 NFL season. However, ABC is planning on pulling out all the stops for the final telecast. Joining current hosts Al Michaels and John Madden are former hosts Frank Gifford and Don Meredith. Gifford and Meredith will not appear live, but will highlight some of the biggest moments from MNF past in numerous taped segments. Over the years. MNF has had numerous hosts from both the sports and entertainment fields including OJ Simpson, Joe Namath, and Dennis Miller. The final match-up between the Patriots and Jets airs this Monday night at 9pm ET.

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