Dick Enberg got his broadcasting career started as a radio station custodian as a junior at Central Michigan, making $1 hour. The owner of the station also gave him weekend sports and DJ gigs. That catapulted Enberg to a 60-year long career which included hundreds of sporting events from the Super Bowl to the Olympics. He was found dead Thursday at his Southern California home. His family believes it was a heart attack. Enberg was 82.