Here’s the Los Angeles radio call from the Rams title sealer in Super Bowl LVI


The Los Angeles Rams are Super Bowl champions for the second time in franchise history (and the first time for the Los Angeles Rams; the St. Louis Rams won Super Bowl XXXIV). Los Angeles beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 on Sunday night at SoFi Stadium (home of the Rams).

The Rams scored what would serve as the game-winning score when Matthew Stafford and Cooper Kupp connected — as they have done all season — for a touchdown with 1:25 remaining.

On the ensuing practice, the Rams stopped the Bengals 4th and 1st on the Los Angeles 49-yard line with 39 seconds left. Superstar defensive lineman Aaron Donald ran through the Cincinnati offensive line to grab quarterback Joe Burrow and force an incomplete throw.

First, here’s what the title seal piece looked and sounded like on the NBC show with Al Michaels on the call:

And here’s how it sounded with JB Long on the call for the Los Angeles Rams Radio Network (93.1 Jack FM):

As for the heartbroken side, here’s the radio call from Cincinnati:

Plus, here’s how the room sounded with Kevin Harlan on the Westwood One call:

Finally, here’s what Kupp’s touchdown sounded like and sounded on the Rams radio:


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