Player Spotlight: Robbie Gould

Audio/Story posted January 30, 2020 in Sports, CommRadio by Jordan Hession

The San Francisco 49ers are back in the Super Bowl for the first time since losing to the Baltimore Ravens 34-31 in Super Bowl 47. The majority of 49ers on this year's Super Bowl team have never attended the big game besides their kicker, Robbie Gould. The former Penn State walk-on is looking to redeem his demons, after losing as a member of the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl 41 to the Indianapolis Colts, 29-17.

"I'm just really trying to soak this one up, even in year 15," Gould said.

Gould admits that even with one Super Bowl under his belt it's a whole new experience.

"It's kinda unique because, as much as this game has changed, its new for me too," Gould said.

Gould reflects on his four years at Penn State as a pivotal point in his life.

"I was just happy to be on a roster and obviously happy to be at a place where I can play in the NFL," Gould said.

Robbie Gould and the rest of the 49ers will look to clinch the franchise's sixth Super Bowl on Feb. 2, tying them with the Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots for the most Super Bowls.

Jordan Hession is a junior majoring in broadcast journalism. To contact him, email hessionjordan@gmail.com.

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Jordan Hession is a junior from Annapolis, Maryland majoring in broadcast journalism. Jordan is the co-host of CommRadio’s longest running live radio show The Sin Bin with Kyle Cannillo. In the summer of 2020, Jordan interned at SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio as a sports programmer. When Jordan is not discussing sports, he is writing various articles for collegiate and professional sports leagues and teams. Jordan has a love for all sports but has a genuine passion to spread ice hockey and baseball globally. Away from broadcast journalism, Jordan enjoys lifting weights and cooking. Jordan’s role models in the broadcast journalism industry include Doc Emrick, Gary Thorne and Mike Lange. In the future, Jordan sees himself working as a producer or host in sports talk radio and potentially television. To contact Jordan, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).