Gus Johnson, a well-known college football broadcaster, was in charge of calling Nebraska's game against Oklahoma at home on Saturday afternoon.

Unfortunately, as the second half began, his broadcast partner Joel Klatt announced that Johnson would not be calling the second half due to an illness.

"Gus is doing well; he's just a little under the weather," Klatt said on the show.

Klatt took over after Johnson left, with Brady Quinn serving as his analyst.

"I'm sorry to hear Gus Johnson is out for the second half," legendary broadcaster Tim Brando said. "Get well soon, brother!

Joel Klatt is an analyst who could easily convert to PXP. It speaks to both fellas and their combined talents when Brady Quinn makes his way up into the booth to assist with analysis.

"Gus Johnson became physically ill after visiting Nebraska. SMH, "One fan made a joke.

"Now we can add'making Gus Johnson sick' to the list of horrible things our beloved Huskers have done," said another fan.

Gus Johnson is Fox Sports' lead play-by-play announcer for college football and basketball. He previously worked for CBS Sports before joining Fox.

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