Gus Johnson gives all-world call on Jaguars Jamal Agnews 109-yard kick-six touchdown return

Someone get Gus Johnson some hot chamomile tea.

After calling a fun and eventful Notre Dame vs. Wisconsin matchup on Saturday, Johnson was back in the booth on Sunday to call the Jaguars vs. Cardinals matchup — and took his voice box to the absolute limit.

That’s because Jags return man Jamal Agnew fielded a 68-yard Cardinals field goal attempt — one that would have been the longest in NFL history — and took it 109 yards to the house. Johnson’s voice proved that there apparently aren’t enough octaves in the sound spectrum to satiate his thirst for a good call.

Take a listen to Johnson’s all-world broadcast:

Johnson had the privilege of calling — and fans had the pleasure of hearing — two kicker-related touchdowns this weekend: On Saturday, Notre Dame returner Chris Tyree took a ball back 96 yards for a touchdown in Notre Dame’s 41-13 victory over Wisconsin.

Agnew’s 109-yard return ties the NFL record for the longest play, and it’s the first time the league has seen a kick-six since in the regular season in a long time. Adam Humphries returned a missed kick in 2018 for the Buccaneers against the Lions, but it was in preseason play.

The 0-2 Jaguars were a little lucky to be up on the 2-0 Cardinals 13-6 entering halftime, but we’re all extremely lucky to have Gus Johnson calling NFL games once again.

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