The week that defined Jim Nantz’ network career, stamping two historical comebacks elegantly

  Can you think of any network sports announcer who covered two historical, frenzied and […]


CBS and Turner conclude a brilliantly produced NCAA Tournament; Nantz excelled, Hill made good points

Random review and capricious notes: First, congrats to CBS and Turner. The tale is often […]


Jim Nantz, a class act and on-air minimalist, leads CBS into tonight’s telecast of the NCAA title game

There’s a reason that Jim Nantz is at the very top rung of CBS Sports […]


Shouldn’t CBS have provided basic details about the official who called the foul on Auburn’s Doughty?

  CBS and Turner have excelled. Other than a misstep, omitting the Auburn celebration after […]


CBS schedule set; Jim Nantz will call his 29th Final Four, joined by glib Bill Raftery and terse Grant Hill

So here we go. The final weekend of college basketball. Minneapolis in April is generally […]


After 34 Straight Final Fours, Billy Packer Hasn’t Attended A Basketball Game in 10 Years!

“I’d rather watch practice…I couldn’t name one player today on Kentucky’s team.”


Turner Boss David Levy, A Self-Made Man, Pumped on Eve of Tourney

Levy built Turner’s Sports Stable creatively; open to the next good deal.


Mike Patrick: Will Miss ESPN Crew; Opposes Putting Play-by-Play Team in Studio

Mike Patrick, whose name was almost interchangeable with ESPN for some 36 years, has left the network. Mike’s first ESPN assignment was in 1982.