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Jim Nantz’s Top 25 in 25 Years at CBS Sports
Jim Nantz is now in his 25 th  year with CBS Sports…
He won the 2008 Emmy Award for “Outstanding Sports Personality – Play-by-Play”
… and has been recognized by his peers in the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA) as the National ...
Jim Nantz recently shared his top 25 moments in those 25 years.
Brent Musburger, live at Michigan Stadium (for Notre Dame @ Michigan), introduces the 26-year-old Nantz (in the New York s...
… Nantz recalls: “My pulse was racing in high gear; I had never encountered such a flash of tongue-tying anxiety before — ...
After Tom Pernice, Jr. sank the winning putt to win The International, his blind six-year-old daughter Brooke ran her fing...
JIM NANTZ REMEMBERS AUGUST: THE 1960 MASTERS – For the first time, a  sporting event that originally aired live in black-a...
Lute Olson’s Arizona Wildcats win a “Cat fight” in overtime against Rick Pitino’s heavily favored Kentucky Wildcats. Arizo...
Davis Love III captures the 1997 PGA Championship at Winged Foot. As he lined up his final putt, a spectacular rainbow app...
Navy defeats Army on Frank Schenk’s FG with 11 seconds remaining. “It was a classic college football game,” Nantz says. “B...
After the game-winning kick, a Midshipman’s hat, tossed in jubilation, flew into the CBS broadcast booth at the Meadowland...
An emotional Ben Crenshaw, nearing the end of his competitive days, wins his second Masters just days after his long-time ...
Notre Dame defeats Miami, 29-20, to conclude the most heated rivalry of the decade. Raghib (Rocket) Ismail had a 94-yard k...
Ken Venturi exits the stage at the Kemper Open after 35 years with CBS. A tearful day of goodbyes to the longest-running l...
… Nantz told his broadcast partner of 17 years: “You won’t be in that chair any longer, but as long as I’m here, you’ll be...
Following an absence of 1,687 days, Jim Nantz, hosting THE NFL TODAY, welcomes the NFL back to CBS with a tribute to the m...
25-year-old PGA Tour rookie John Daly, the ninth alternate, not only made it into the PGA Championship at the last minute,...
Nick Faldo wins his third Masters as Greg Norman inexplicably squanders a six-shot lead in the final round. 14 April 14, 1...
Dean Smith wins his final NCAA championship as Michigan’s Chris Webber called a timeout in the closing seconds – after the...
Y.E. Yang of South Korea outduels Tiger Woods in the final round of the PGA Championship at Hazeltine to become the first ...
Marshall University soccer player Willy Merrick is pressed into emergency placekicking duty when his brother, David, the T...
… In his first college football game, Merrick kicks a dramatic 22-yard FG to beat Youngstown State for the Division I-AA t...
Kansas comes back from nine points down with 2:12 left in regulation to tie the game when Mario Chalmers hit a rainbow thr...
… It was Nantz’s last game with long-time partner, Billy Packer (at whose insistence that was not publicly revealed at the...
Jim Nantz hosted THE SUPER BOWL TODAY, leading up to Super Bowl XXXVIII in his adopted hometown of Houston. He also create...
… Nantz remembers: “Immediately after we signed off I raced to visit my dad, an Alzheimer’s disease patient, who was in a ...
Phil Mickelson claims his first-ever major championship and Masters green jacket by firing a final-round 69 to get the bes...
The Colts defeat the Bears in Super Bowl XVI.  Chicago’s Devin Hester becomes the first player in Super Bowl history to re...
Nantz recalls: “Two things raced through my mind as Hester wove his way down the field. One of my broadcasting heroes, Jac...
Then, I flashed back to the first NFL play I ever witnessed – my dad and I were standing in a smoky aisle in old Tulane St...
Tiger Woods, 21 years and 104 days old, wins the Masters, his first major championship, by 12 strokes over Tom Kite. Woods...
Hosting on weekends (Albertville, France; Lillehammer, Norway) and prime-time (Nagano, Japan) with a myriad of storylines ...
Mike Krzyzewski wins his first NCAA championship as Duke, having defeated unbeaten UNLV in the national semifinals, overco...
Peyton Manning and the Colts register the greatest comeback in NFL championship game history by overcoming a 21-3 halftime...
46-year-old Jack Nicklaus wins his historic sixth green jacket with a final round 65 (including a back nine 30) to become ...
… About calling his first Masters at age 26, Nantz comments: “As much as I’d like to think that I had always been preparin...
Fred Couples, Jim Nantz’ former college roommate at the University of Houston wins the Masters, and Nantz interviews him f...
… Reflecting back, Nantz says: “I cannot imagine ever witnessing a moment that will touch me more deeply than this perfect...
Jim Nantz’s Top 25 in 25 Years at CBS Sports
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Y.E. Yang of South Korea outduels Tiger Woods in the final round of the PGA Championship at Hazeltine to become the first Asian-born golfer to win a men’s major title. It was also the first time that Woods failed to win a major that he had led after 54 holes. 12 August 16, 2009 Yang Busts Through Woods Armor

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