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Keith Jackson, whose signature phrases like "Whoa, Nelly!" made him the down-home voice of college football during more than five decades as a sportscaster, has... [Read More]
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Jackson has been widely regarded as "the voice of college football" after spending 52 years as a broadcaster - 40 of those years at ABC... [Read More]
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The legendary voice of college football, Keith Jackson, died Friday at 89, according to multiple reports. Jackson was known for his coverage of college football... [Read More]
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Sportscaster Keith Jackson, who brought a folksy, excitable demeanor and down-home exclamations such as "Whoa, Nellie!" to 40 seasons of play-by-play calling as the authoritative... [Read More]
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Longtime ABC Sports broadcaster Keith Jackson died Friday night. He was 89. ESPN announced the news Saturday morning after confirmation... [Read More]
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Keith Jackson called the biggest events in college football for 40 years at ABC Sports.         ... [Read More]
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Jackson called the biggest events in college football for 40 years at ABC Sports. His last broadcast was the 2006 Rose Bowl, a bowl he... [Read More]
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Keith Jackson, the down-home voice of college football during more than five decades as a broadcaster, has died. He was 89. He died Friday and... [Read More]
Keith Jackson, the down-home voice of college football during more than five decades as a broadcaster, has died. He was 89. He died Friday and... [Read More]
Longtime ABC Sports broadcaster Keith Jackson died Friday night. He was 89. ESPN announced the news Saturday morning after confirmation from Jackson's family. The Georgia native... [Read More]
Iconic ABC Sports college football broadcaster Keith Jackson reportedly passed away Friday, at the age of 89. [Read More]
Longtime ABC Sports broadcaster Keith Jackson died Friday night. He was 89. ESPN announced the news Saturday morning after confirmation... [Read More]
Keith Jackson called the biggest events in college football for 40 years at ABC Sports. [Read More]
The broadcasting legend for ABC Sports was 89 years old. [Read More]
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