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BURGER BYTES: Scott Moore Coaching Impressions

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Scott Moore has a talent. A talent to be about 125 different people.

"Political figures, movie stars, but down here college football is king," Moore said.  "I've tried to develop a little monologue with a lot of former coaches and new coaches."

Moore is also a sports talk radio host on "I Talk SEC", that broadcasts Monday through Thursday 7:00-9:00 p.m.

"I've spent a lot of time watching tape," Moore said.  "I'll watch tape and listen to mannerisms, and listen to inflections in their voices."

Moore travels the southeast performing his impressions to quarterback clubs, mostly. He ends every monologue with his impression of legendary Florida State coach Bobby Bowden.

To watch more of Scott's impressions, click here.

"Coach Bowden's been great," Moore said.  "I've had the chance to do several speaking engagements with him, and impersonate him, with him sitting there."

Moore's reason for doing the impressions is simple,  he enjoys bringing joy to people's lives, "making them laugh, and this seems to do it on a regular basis."

By: Kyle Burger - Follow on Twitter @kyle_burger

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