Frank „Buschi“ Buschmann (* November in Bottrop) ist ein deutscher Fernsehmoderator, Sportreporter und ehemaliger Basketballspieler. Bevor Frank Buschmann, der den Spitznamen "Buschi" trägt, im TV durchstartet, spielt er Basketball in der Oberliga und der 2. Bundesliga. Mit Ende 20 beendet. Ihr kennt mich als leidenschaftlichen und emotionalen Sport-Kommentator und Moderator, der sich für keine gepflegte Diskussion zu schade ist. Bei vphprism.eu w.
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Frank „Buschi“ Buschmann ist ein deutscher Fernsehmoderator, Sportreporter und ehemaliger Basketballspieler. Frank „Buschi“ Buschmann (* November in Bottrop) ist ein deutscher Fernsehmoderator, Sportreporter und ehemaliger Basketballspieler. Buschi ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Nicola Buschi (–), italienischer römisch-katholischer Geistlicher und Bischof von Ferentino. Buschi. Frank Buschmanns Premiere mit „Ninja Warrior Kids“. Frank "Buschi" Buschmann ist ab Juli übrigens wieder im Einsatz. Zusammen mit Kollege. Offizielle Homepage Frank "Buschi" Buschmann. Sportverrückter. TV-Moderator & Kommentator. Netzwerker & Bestseller-Autor. #NinjaWarriorGermany. Ihr kennt mich als leidenschaftlichen und emotionalen Sport-Kommentator und Moderator, der sich für keine gepflegte Diskussion zu schade ist. Bei vphprism.eu w. vphprism.eu likes · 2 talking about this. Der Sportchannel auf YouTube! vphprism.eu Alle vphprism.eu Clips auf einen Blick.
vphprism.eu likes · 2 talking about this. Der Sportchannel auf YouTube! vphprism.eu Alle vphprism.eu Clips auf einen Blick. Buschi ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Nicola Buschi (–), italienischer römisch-katholischer Geistlicher und Bischof von Ferentino. Buschi. Offizielle Homepage Frank "Buschi" Buschmann. Sportverrückter. TV-Moderator & Kommentator. Netzwerker & Bestseller-Autor. #NinjaWarriorGermany.
Bruschi was born in San Francisco, California. He attended Roseville High School in Roseville, California ,  where he lettered in high school football , wrestling and track and field shot put.
He was an all-conference selection as a defensive tackle for the Roseville Tigers. Bruschi attended the University of Arizona, where he played for the Arizona Wildcats football team from to In his four-year college career, he compiled total tackles solos , with 74 tackles for losses, six fumbles and recovered five others and tied the NCAA Division I-A sack record with 52 sacks.
He was recognized as a consensus first-team All-American in and , and won the Morris Trophy as the Pacific Conference 's best defensive lineman.
In , he missed the first three games of the season due to a pinched nerve in his neck. He returned and started two games as a true freshman, but suffered a broken left thumb and was redshirted.
In , he played strongside outside linebacker prior to his transition to the defensive line in and started just one of 12 games and still managed to post 4.
In , he earned second-team All-America honors after setting a school record with 19 sacks as a sophomore, received first-team All-Pac honors, and was named the Wildcats' most valuable player.
His In , he was one of four finalists for the Lombardi Award and again was a first-team All-Pac selection.
He totaled 39 tackles, including 10 sacks and 15 tackles for losses. In , he totaled 60 tackles 48 solos , including Bruschi was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in Coming into the draft he was listed at 6'0 pounds and was considered too small to be a defensive end but was a good size to be a linebacker , which is the position that New England coaches moved him.
He played for the Patriots from to In , he played in every game as a rookie, a pass rush specialist who played on many special teams units and finished the season with 11 tackles, including four sacks.
He ranked third on the team with 17 special teams tackles, and ran a blocked punt back for a TD in October. In , he saw action in every game for the second consecutive season and posted 30 defensive tackles, including four sacks, and added 13 special teams stops.
His four sacks and 13 special teams tackles each ranked third on the team, and he also forced two fumbles, and recovered one.
In , Bruschi played in every game for the third consecutive year and started the last eight games of the season, including the Patriots wild-card playoff game in Jacksonville January 3, He finished fourth on the team with a career-high 81 tackles, including a pair of sacks.
In , he started 14 games at outside linebacker and recorded a career-high total tackles, including two sacks.
Bruschi finished second on the team in tackles, despite missing two games due to a right knee sprain. He made his first career interception, one of six passes defensed on the year.
It was his second consecutive season with over tackles. In , he started nine of 15 regular season games at linebacker and finished third on the team with 73 tackles.
He was credited with two sacks, forced three fumbles, recovering one, and two interceptions. In Bruschi was voted a defensive captain for the season by his teammates.
He ranked seventh on the team with 65 tackles 45 solos despite missing five games due to injury. He returned two interceptions for touchdowns at Oakland, November 17, and at Detroit, November 28 , the seventh time a Patriot interceptor has reached the end zone twice in a single season and the first time a linebacker has accomplished the feat.
In he started all 16 games at inside linebacker as one of four defensive players to start all 16 games and he was voted a defensive captain for the season by his teammates.
He ranked second on the team with tackles 87 solo and finished third on the team with 16 pass defenses. In the regular season, Bruschi finished second on the team with tackles  84 solo and tied for second on the team with three interceptions.
His solid play continued in the playoffs, where he finished second on the squad with 23 tackles 18 solo and added a sack, an interception, a forced fumble and two fumble recoveries.
Bruschi was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week three times in Weeks 4 and 17 and in the Divisional Playoffs, when he forced a fumble and recovered two fumbles as the Patriots defense held the highly regarded Colts offense to just three points.
On February 16, , just three days after playing in the Pro Bowl , Bruschi was taken to a hospital with symptoms including temporary numbness, blurred vision, and headaches; Bruschi was diagnosed with a mild stroke.
He suffered from a patent foramen ovale , a congenital heart defect that leaves a small hole in the wall separating the left and right atria of the heart.
Bruschi experienced partial paralysis and was admitted to Massachusetts General Hospital. After several months of rehabilitation working with Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston, Bruschi announced he would sit out the NFL season.
On October 16, , the Patriots announced that Bruschi had been medically cleared to resume playing football; he rejoined the team on the practice field three days later.
The Patriots officially activated him on October 29, and he played the following night against the Buffalo Bills ; ESPN 's broadcast of the game had several features and interviews on Bruschi's return.
Bruschi played most of the remaining games that season, except for the final regular season game against Miami and the first playoff game against Jacksonville.
At the start of training camp, Bruschi broke his right scaphoid bone which he had surgery on August 8. He finished first on the team with tackles.
In the playoffs, Bruschi led the Patriots with 24 tackles 16 solo , marking the highest playoff tackle total of his career.
He also led the team with 23 tackles 15 solo in the playoffs. In he played in and started all 16 regular-season games for the fourth time in his career and was voted a defensive captain for the season.
He tied a single-game career high with a two-sack performance against the Cleveland Browns on October 7, , and ran his career total to Also he led the team in tackles 99 and solo tackles 69 in In he played in 13 games, starting 12, and was named a defensive captain by his teammates for the seventh season.
Bruschi was the first player in NFL history to return four consecutive interceptions for touchdown and his career total of four interceptions returned for touchdowns ranks second in Patriots history.
He is tied for fourth in NFL history among linebackers, and Bruschi is the only Patriots linebacker to return multiple interceptions for touchdowns in a single season and Additionally, since Bruschi's defensive play has created seven defensive touchdowns.
He scored four of those touchdowns on interception returns two in both and , forced two fumbles that were picked up and returned for touchdowns October 3 and November 28, , and tipped a pass that was intercepted by James Sanders and returned for a touchdown December 11, This is in addition to his first career touchdown at Baltimore October 6, when Bruschi recovered a blocked punt by Larry Whigham and returned it four yards for a touchdown, making 8 total touchdowns to which Bruschi contributed.
Bruschi confirmed his retirement on August 31, at a press conference alongside New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and owner Robert Kraft.
During this broadcast, Bruschi described how fulfilled he felt in completing his 13 years of playing football.
He described how it felt to know that he had reached all of the goals he wanted to reach. Bruschi joined ESPN as an analyst following his retirement.
Bruschi has indicated that he would prefer that his number not be retired. It was worn by six-time Pro Bowl guard Brian Waters in Starting in , his number 54 is now worn by Dont'a Hightower.
Im Dezember übernahm er die Moderation von 5 gegen Jauch  und moderierte bis zum April insgesamt vier Ausgaben der Show.
Dort wird jeden Montag über aktuelle Sportthemen berichtet und diskutiert. Buschmann ist mit Lisa Heckl verheiratet, die ebenfalls Sportmoderatorin und -reporterin ist, und hat zwei Töchter  aus erster Ehe.
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