Columnist

Dan Mason on the CBS Telecast: Nantz gets a B+, Romo was limited because it was a defensive game

All the talk, the build-up, the features, the predictions, the prognostications are finally behind us. […]


Columnist

Through 53 Super Bowls, the networks have never had an African-American analyst in the booth

  Since the first Super Bowl in 1967, there have been 53 separate announcers by […]


Columnist

A List of the 53 announcers who’ve brought us joy, calling Super Bowls on network TV and radio

On the morning of the Super Bowl, let’s wish continued success to current and past […]


Columnist

Tom Hedrick, 84 and Jack Whitaker, 94, are only two voices alive from ’67 inaugural Super Bowl

In 1967, the NFL had to honor a couple national contracts for its first AFL-NFL […]


Commentary

The best of the best; ranking all-time top Super Bowl play-by-play voices; From Al Michaels to Ray Scott

25th anniversary of O.J. Simpson working Super Bowl sidelines for NBC. Months later he faced […]


Columnist

CBS Sports head Sean McManus: Hiring Romo was a calculated risk; Credits Nantz for building chemistry

McManus gets occasional spontaneous calls from former NBC guru Dick Ebersol offering tips on CBS […]


Columnist

Super Bowl betting – Brent Musburger and VSiN provide Wall-to-Wall coverage from Las Vegas

If there’s a time of year for sports bettors, it might be the NCAA Tournament. […]


Columnist

Other than Tony Romo, 10 ‘Wow’ like network TV voices; loved, hated or tolerated; some at the same time

Whether it’s his sometimes giddy, always frank and generally pedestrian language or it’s his amazingly […]


Columnist

Sal Siino examines: Can the Super Bowl Save Traditional Television?

As CBS’ ad sales team sprints through the very final stretch of securing buyers for […]


Columnist

Will Pro Football and Basketball Halls of Fame expand their recognition of top-class announcers?

  For years, basketball broadcasters have been carping about the lack of transparency covering the […]


Columnist

Halby’s Morsels: As a kid, Romo loved John Madden; All-time Top 5 Super Bowl network TV analysts

On CBS’ telephone press conference yesterday, Tony Romo said that growing up as a football […]