Whether it be sports analysts, athletes, or coaches, some terms they use just annoy the crap out of me. Partly because they're overused, and partly because some of them make no sense.
"Execute": You see athletes say this more than coaches. What does it mean? It's bad enough that athletes are some of the worst interviewees ever. Now they have to use some generic word that basically says "we didn't do our job". Execute. What exactly didn't you execute? I'd like to know. I got sick of the same generic responses like "we played hard" a long long time ago. I want to know details.
"You look at...": Analysts are bad at this one. Again, what does it mean? It's a pointless statement that only serves to pretend these people are saying enough to make you think they're actually saying something that random fan 3.b couldn't say. This one goes far beyond the term itself, and more to the fact that I think most analysts never say a damn thing, but still.
"Say hello to my little friend": I'll admit here that I've never seen the movie, but I know where it came from. I also know that sportscasters love to use this phrase for no reason whatsoever. It's not cool. It's not unique. Shut up, say something more meaningful.
I will come up with more as I remember them, but please add your own.