Legendary sports broadcaster Keith Jackson passed away on Friday night surrounded by friends and family at the age of 89. R.I.P. to a legend...



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Simply the best ever and there is not a close second. College Football has cookie cutters now and u had personality. We'll never see another Keith Jackson.
Reply3 months
Reston peace to a legend. You want to talk about versatility? Well here is versatility. This is still my favorite call by him. 1976 Olympics, Edwin Moses gold medal race: LINK
Reply3 months
TYpo. Rest In Peace. Voice dictate malfunction
3 months
He was involved in so many iconic games. He will be missed.
Reply3 months
Great voice for college football. Whoa Nelly!!! Truly a legendary broadcaster. RIP KJ
Reply3 months
I rarely remember him calling SEC games pre-1992.
Reply3 months
No doubt he was the voice of college football during the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. If he was on the call you knew it was a big game. RIP.
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Well said
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