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- Jim Nantz, the 2008 National Sportscaster of the Year, has covered virtually every sport for the CBS Television Network since joining it in 1985.
- Jim Nantz, a regular golf announcer for CBS Sports since 1986, assumed the anchor position for the Network's golf coverage in April 1994.
- Jim Nantz, the voice of CBS at the Masters, had a chance to talk with Mike Francesa of WFAN on Monday, and let it be known that he wasn't.
- Jim Nantz is okay, but he should stick to college basketball and golf.
- Jim Nantz was born May 17, 1959, in Charlotte, N.C., and grew up in Colts Neck, N.J. He and his wife, Lorrie, have one daughter.
- Latest news updates about Jim Nantz Divorce, Jim Nantz is getting divorce from his wife Lorrie Nantz.
- Jim Nantz must now pay $72,000 in alimony monthly unless he dies or Lorrie Nantz remarries (note to Lorrie -- take a lover, don't remarry).
- He will partner with Jim Nantz on his first Final Four in April.
- That includes the award for Outstanding Play-by-Play to Jim Nantz who wins for the second year in a row.
- CBS believed the time was right for a change and that Kellogg deserved a chance to work with Jim Nantz on the lead team.
- Jim Nantz hosted all the events with help from his then-fellow cast members from The NFL Today: Mike Ditka, Craig James, Randy Cross, and Jerry Glanville.
- She returned to The NFL Today in 2004 and 2005 while also on sideline duty with the current primary crew of Jim Nantz and Phil Simms.
- During the entire official review, Simms was agruing that he believed it was a complete pass while Jim Nantz argued the other way.
- While he might not have the same cachet as Al Michaels, Jim Nantz or Joe Buck, Shulman is the best national play-by-play announcer today.
- For the 2004 NFL season, Gumbel traded positions with Jim Nantz as host of The NFL Today while Nantz would take over as lead announcer.
- Raftery and Verne Lundquist are CBS's second pair to Packer and Jim Nantz, who have been number one for the past 15 years.
- The game was televised in the United States by CBS in high-definition with play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz and color commentator Phil Simms.
- Meanwhile, play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz and his partner, Phil Simms, will provide the sound track for the game.
- His position as the lead play-by-play announcer for college basketball was filled by Jim Nantz.
- Greg Gumbel came back from NBC Sports to work as the lead play-by-play announcer for The NFL on CBS. Jim Nantz became the studio host.
- Raftery and Verne Lundquist are CBS?s second pair to Packer and Jim Nantz, who have been number one for the past 15 years.
- CBS also signed Billy Packer away from NBC to be its top analyst (teaming with play-by-play man Gary Bender 3 and later Brent Musburger and Jim Nantz).
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