FIRST it was Channel Nine and now the national broadcaster is refusing to change its Blues-stacked commentary team for next Wednesday's State of Origin decider.
ABC Radio says the four New South Welshmen who called the last game, without any help from a Queensland voice, were unbiased and would again describe the action when the Blues take on the Maroons at Suncorp Stadium.
Queenslanders have been venting their frustration over commentary bias after Nine's team was accused of pro-Blue cheering during NSW's victory in the second match of the series.
The Courier-Mail was inundated with complaints and some readers singled out the ABC team, which includes David Morrow, Warren Ryan, Craig Hamilton and Warren Boland.
But the station has denied that their predominantly blue line-up has any effect on their partiality.
Mr Hull said that by listening to old recordings of Origin commentary from ABC, you could hear the team was just as excited about Queensland's victories as it was about New South Wales' wins.
``We have just been trawling through some of the great moments of Darren Lockyer's career,'' he said.
``There is some amazing commentary with fantastic exuberance for some of the great moments Darren Lockyer has had in his career.''
However he admitted that he wasn't exactly gunning for Queensland to take out the series.
``I am hoping New South Wales wins because I am from New South Wales,'' Mr Hull said.