Let the celebration begin. ESPN’s “Booger Mobile” is no more.
The much-criticized contraption, which carried around “Monday Night Football” analyst Anthony “Booger” McFarland, will not be back, sources said. The vehicle was far from a hit, as removing McFarland from the booth made for a jilted chemistry. It also was an occasional distraction from the game for in-stadium fans who were behind McFarland, and it had been on the chopping block for a while, as The Post has reported.
Unlike Jason Witten, who is headed back to the Cowboys after his flop on Monday nights, McFarland should be back with play-by-play announcer Joe Tessitore, with perhaps a third person joining the crew. Tony Romo’s impending free agency after the season is the looming wild card.