Bill Clement, Sans Mustache

Screen Shot 2011-11-29 at 5.01.33 PMPhoto via Preston and Steve

It’s a slow day, can you tell?

Bill Clement shaved off his mustache today at Preston and Steve’s Camp Out for Hunger. Two years ago, Jim Jackson performed a similar stunt, with Clement there for support.

Of course, any time a pseudo-legend removes his impenetrable lip fur, it’s worth pointing out. It’s been quite a while since Clement was cleanly shaven… like he was in 1987:



21 Responses

  1. I like Jim Jackson, but Emerick was awesome. Of course nobody beats Gene Hart.
    I like Clement. Sometimes I think he is as drunk as Coatsey during the broadcasts.

  2. @KarlB What was ripped from Buzz on Broad? The picture that P&S posted to twitter? Yeah, a real rip.

  3. First off, Buzz On Broad and Crossing Broad are friends, so they help each other out…so KarlB you’re clueless.

  4. Why is this blog completely ignoring the ESPN/Syracuse scandal? Seems worthy of a mention on such a slow day…

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