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Nick Faldo Quoting Imagine Dragons Lyrics After Patrick Reed's Masters Win Was Pure Insanity

"Captain America captures Augusta!"
Patrick Reed is a Masters Champion. pic.twitter.com/7LILwZEQ2V

— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) April 8, 2018

Patrick Reed held off a hard-charging Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler to win the Masters.

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What is it that makes us love The Masters so much?

/Jim Nantz attempting to speak Spanish voice/ Hola Amigos.

The Masters gets underway tomorrow morning featuring the best of the best teeing it up in the first major tournament of the year. 516 more words


As Much As I'd Like It To Happen, Tiger Woods Isn't Winning The Masters

Well, the NCAA Tournament is over and baseball has gotten underway so it’s time to turn our attention to the golf world*. It’s Masters week! I’m a huge fan of the Masters, as most are, and we all know that this is the number 1 event that everyone wants one thing to happen. 369 more words

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Jim Nantz And Bill Raftery Bring Their Friendship Into Every Game They Call Together

Before the second weekend of this year’s NCAA Tournament in Omaha, Jim Nantz, Bill Raftery, Grant Hill, Tracy Wolfson, and “The Google Boys,” as Raftery calls the research team, were causing a bit of a ruckus in their hotel conference room. 1,581 more words

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Jim Nantz Mispronouncing "Meme" Is Cringeworthy

Jim Nantz is a legendary announcer who covers a ton of major events every year, including the NCAA Tournament and The Masters. The man can handle almost anything…except, apparently, the correct pronunciation of the word “meme.” 32 more words


Twitter trolled Jim Nantz over his pronunciation of 'meme'

Michigan star Moe Wagner delivered the most viral moment of the Final Four so far late in the Wolverines’ win over Loyola when he leapt off the court and nearly crashed into the TBS commentary crew. 234 more words


Jim Nantz And Director Bob Fishman Reflect On Nearly 30 Years Of Final Four Memories

The Season of Nantz is upon us. Sports fans are in the midst of that magical stretch of the year where March Madness is followed up by the Masters and many of the biggest moments for a full month are backed by the dulcet tones of Jim Nantz. 1,766 more words

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