Chris Berman Is 'Coaching' UMass vs. Tennessee

What is Chris Berman doing these days?
After ascending to the top of the sports world and becoming one of the most respected names and voice in the industry, Berman might be starting his foray into coaching.
At 62 years old, it might be too late for him to climb any prominent career leaderboards in the field, but it’s a heck of a lot of fun to see him on the sideline. Adjusting to a significantly reduced role with ESPN means Bermans has more free time on his hands. He appears to be putting it to constructive use.
On Saturday, he was prominently featured on the sideline wearing a UMass cap and polo as the “special assistant coach.”
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Perhaps there is something to having Berman on the sideline. The SEC’sVolunteers have had their hands full against UMass. Through three quarters, the Minutemen trailed the Volunteers by only four points.
UMass is 0-4 this season, but all those games were without Chris Berman roaming the sideline.
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