Keith Jackson - Wikipedia
Keith Max Jackson (October 18, 1928 – January 12, 2018)  was an American sportscaster, known for his career with ABC Sports (1966–2006). While he covered a variety of sports over his 40-year career, he is best known for his coverage of college football (1952 ...
Legendary broadcaster Keith Jackson dies at age 89
Keith Jackson, who was widely regarded as the voice of college football by several generations, died late Friday night, his family said. He was 89. Editor's Picks Keith Jackson was the sound of college football Close your eyes and listen. You'll hear and know that voice. Sure, Keith Jackson did
Keith Jackson, Voice of College Football, Dies at 89 - The New York Times
Keith Jackson, ABC’s signature voice of college football, remembered for his love of the game’s pageantry and his Georgia-rooted, country boy flourishes on autumn Saturdays through five decades, died on Friday in Los Angeles. He was 89. In a statement on Twitter on Saturday, Robert A. Iger, the
Keith Jackson, folksy voice of college football, dies at 89 - LA Times
Keith Jackson, who was the folksy uncle of sportscasters, dropping in for decades to weave stories during Saturday afternoon college football games on ABC, has died. ... So entrenched in college football was he that ABC wouldn’t let him retire the first time he ...
Keith Jackson: Legendary sportscaster dies at 89
Keith Jackson, one of the most distinctive voices in college football for half a century, died Friday night. He was 89. ESPN, the sister Disney company to ABC where Jackson spent much of his career, said the family had confirmed Jackson’s death. Jackson called the biggest events in college
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Keith Jackson, 89, announcer with 'Whoa, Nelly!' call, dies
Keith Jackson laid down the soundtrack to Saturday for a generation of college football fans with phrases such as his signature "Whoa, Nelly!" From the World Series to the Olympics, NFL to NBA, he did it all over five decades as a sportscaster, but most appropriately his final assignment before
'Whoa, Nelly!' Keith Jackson, Voice Of College Football, Dies At 89 : The Two-Way : NPR
Until he retired for good in 2006, Keith Jackson's baritone voice could be heard most Saturdays when called college football games. 'Whoa Nellie' was one of his signature phrases.
Keith Jackson, TE at NFL.com
Published: Dec. 17, 2017 at 04:40 p.m. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers somehow finds wide receiver Randall Cobb while falling for the 33-yard TD.
Remembering Keith Jackson: A Visit to Michigan With the Broadcaster - The New York Times
This article was originally published in November 1998. Keith Jackson, who ended up retiring in 2006, died on Friday at 89. Look around the Big House in the early morn, Keith Jackson said. Feel its emptiness. Then hunker down a while, watch the crowd fill Michigan Stadium, a sea of maize and blue
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