NC State Football Announcer Gary Hahn Suspended Indefinitely After Saying “Illegal Aliens” During Bowl Game


El Paso illegal alien shelter

NC State play-by-play announcer Gary Hahn has been suspended indefinitely for comments he made while calling the Duke’s Mayo Bowl, per the university.

Hahn said, “Amongst the illegal aliens in El Paso,” while giving the score update for the Sun Bowl.

Illegal aliens are crossing the open US border with Mexico and flooding El Paso.

The illegals are even climbing out of the sewer manholes recently in El Paso. 

Apparently, you are not allowed to speak about this fact during a college football game.

Gary Hahn was suspended indefinitely for speaking the truth.

Hahn has been the voice of N.C. State football and men’s basketball since 1991.

Here’s the play by play.

TouchDownWire reported:

North Carolina State played Maryland in the Duke’s Mayo Bowl on Friday.

Radio announcer Gary Hahn was indefinitely suspended after the Wolfpack’s loss to the Terps for a comment he made during the broadcast.

While referencing the UCLA-Pitt game, Hahn said, “down among all the illegal aliens in El Paso it’s UCLA 14 and Pittsburgh 6.”

Hahn is an employee of Learfield Communications, the N.C. State broadcast rightsholder, and was disciplined by that company. N.C. State athletic director Boo Corrigan deferred comment to Learfield.

“Learfield has suspended Wolfpack Sports Network play-by-play announcer Gary Hahn from his agreement indefinitely following comments made during today’s Duke’s Mayo Bowl radio broadcast,” Wolfpack Sports Properties general manager Kyle Winchester said in a statement.

Hahn, the North Carolina Sportscaster of the Year in 2011 and 2020, has been the voice of N.C. State football and men’s basketball since 1991.

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