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Nantz: Winner Of Wisconsin-Arizona "Can Give (Kentucky) A Go"

Legendary CBS sports broadcaster Jim Nantz joined The Triple Threat Friday on Sports Radio 610 to help preview the second half of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Sweet 16, including South Regional games at NRG Stadium in Houston, and give his take on who has the best chance to unseat undefeated Kentucky — assuming the Wildcats get past Notre Dame. 6 more words

Sports

#TBT: 25 Years Ago Mike Francesa and Dancing Sharks Populated NCAA Tournament TV Coverage

Are you sitting down? I’m about to drop a bomb on you that might blow your mind. Ready?

Fair warning …

Still with me … 860 more words

College Basketball

Another Week, Another Wednesday: More Hump Day Musings

Yes, I Realize These Often Don’t Get Published Until It Is Nearly Thursday

But I know you want them, I know you need them, and I won’t let you down. 1,025 more words

WAGS

Legendary basketball commentators try to impersonate one another (and no one can)

With March Madness set to consume our lives for the next three weeks, a bunch of legendary commentators got together to imitate each other and their famous catchphrases from Jim Nantz’s “Hello, friends” to Bill Raftery’s “Onions!” 33 more words

NCAAB

Brad Worthington named Director of Golf at Trump Ferry Point

Brad Worthington is the latest hire at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point.

The former president of the Met PGA was named Director of Golf at the glittering new facility tucked under the Whitestone Bridge on Wednesday and will help bring the Jack Nicklaus and John Sanford design online. 116 more words

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The Best Jim Nantz Interview Ever!

Keith Brooks and Carmichael Dave interview the legendary sportscaster, Jim Nantz at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Carmichael Dave is the first one ever to ask about a faux pas (or as Jim Nantz calls it, “artistic liberty”) in the classic golf movie, Tin Cup. 24 more words

Sports

Raftery, Grant Hill to call Final Four in place of Anthony

NEW YORK (AP) — Bill Raftery and Grant Hill will call the Final Four this season, a popular veteran and a rookie taking the place of the suspended Greg Anthony. 338 more words

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