My humble opinion: 1. Be somewhat of a "homer". In this day and age, no one expects a CFB/BB broadcaster to be 100% Neutral. Cirlado, Munson, Durham, Eli Gold, etc. are expected to be the voice of the FAN and act accordingly 2. Be a journalist. As a corollary to #1 have the gravitas and distance from the program to call out Coaches, Staff, even Players when they make a mistake or act badly. I'm thinking about Richt and his poor clock management in his early days on the sidelines, or Durham calling out Stephen Hill for taking plays off. This is NOT a license to call out an 18 year old who makes a bonehead play, but is trying to learn the system/play with the big boys. 3. Get excited-somewhat related to #1. Wes did a great job of "coming out of his seat" for big plays. For those of us listening on Radio (while the TV plays), the call of "25-20-15-10 Touchdown" this makes all the difference, and sets the VoTYJ's apart from CBS/ABC/ESPhrickiN talking heads. 4. Be memorable. To wit: "Toe Meets Leather (TML)", "Hobnail Boot", and "Property Damage", "Sisson....YES", "ThrillerDome", etc. This is your TRUE legacy as VoTYJ's. What do YOU want to SEE/HEAR from the next VoTYJ's?