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Terry Stembridge, Jr.

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Terry Stembridge, Jr. is an American sportscaster. Stembridge spent one season as the radio play-by-play announcer for the Minnesota Vikings. He replaced Lee Hamilton, who was fired after one preseason game due to racist and sexist comments that Hamilton had made on his talk shows. Stembridge's father, Terry Stembridge worked for then Vikings owner Red McCombs from 1973-1979 when McCombs owned the San Antonio Spurs and Stembridge was the team's play-by-play annoucer. Stembridge was removed from the Vikings booth after one season and replace by Paul Allen. Before joining the Vikings, Stembridge called games for the New Mexico Slam and Idaho Steelheads basketball team.  ( Wikipedia article )

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