This Next Sports Figure To Guest Host Jeopardy! Is...FOX broadcaster Joe Buck
© Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers did an awesome job guest hosting Jeopardy! last week. Now they've lined up their next guest host who will be...FOX broadcaster Joe Buck... (The Spun)
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23 Comments
Why not Paige?
Reply15 days
Were there no job openings at the drive up window?
Reply19 days
Have they had a black host yet?
Reply19 days
I will NEVER watch Jeopardy again!!
Reply19 days
Before I clicked, I was hoping for Evander Holyfield.
Reply19 days
Wonder what he'll drink before going on air?
Reply20 days
They need Hank Azaria in cars here as Jim Brockmire
Reply20 days
Character. Not cars. Stupid autocorrect
20 days
He looks like a damn cartoon in that pic
Reply20 days
So, all of the gay sports guys then. Will Tebow be next?
Reply20 days
Buck and Aikman are my least favorite announcing duo in sports. That said, I think Buck will do a fantastic job at guest hosting. And let's give Jeopardy the benefit of a doubt. People probably thought Rodgers was just a ratings grab and he was nearly flawless. The only time I saw him trip up even a little was with contestants that wanted to go super fast after getting things righf to keep rolling. He'd throw in anecdotes over the top of them anyways. That's a pretty tiny gripe.
Reply20 days
Joe Buck is a monotone snooze fest.
18 days
Peyton Manning would be goat.
Reply20 days
Snoop Dogg would bring the ratings.
Reply20 days
i'd watch that shit
19 days
What is, No Thank You?
Reply20 days
I wonder which lipstick he will wear?
Reply20 days
That fivehead is impressive.
Reply20 days
If Jeopardy hires him permanently I will be done. For the love of God, NO!!
Reply20 days
Oh my dear God. Even the Jeopardy watchers who don't know who he is will hate him
Reply20 days
It's like they are punishing us
Reply20 days
Great way to get me to never watch jeopardy again.
Reply20 days
frick him.
Reply20 days
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