Keith Jackson, the signature voice of college football, dies at 89, was Sherman Oaks resident

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The Voice of College Football, Keith Jackson Had a Visceral Effect on Fans

- amp.si.com
14 Jan 2018
From that point forward, the quintessence of college football in my mind was Keith Jackson saying the name Michael Stonebreaker as a drumline pounds out a beat between plays. I can't think of the sport without hearing those two words uttered by that voice. I cover college football for a living, so I think about college football a lot. Consequently, my brain frequently ...

The voice of college football' passes

14 Jan 2018
"For generations of fans, Keith Jackson was college football," said Bob Iger, CEO of Disney, which owns ABC and ESPN. "When you heard his voice, you knew it was a big game. Keith was a true gentleman and memorable presence. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his wife, Turi Ann, and his family."
- news5cleveland.com

Legendary broadcaster Keith Jackson dies at age

- espn.com
14 Jan 2018
"For generations of fans, Keith Jackson was college football," said Bob Iger, chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company. "When you heard his voice, you knew it was a big game. Keith was a true gentleman and a memorable presence. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his wife, Turi Ann, and his family."

Keith Jackson, iconic college football announcer, dies

14 Jan 2018
Legendary college football announcer Keith Jackson died Friday at 89. Jackson died "surrounded by his family," NBC Sports' Todd Harris reported. Jackson, who began his broadcasting career in 1952, was best known for his longtime stint on ABC Sports, ESPN reported. Besides college football, Jackson also covered other sports games in the NBA, golf, MLB, NFL and the Olympics. ...
- newssummedup.com

Keith Jackson, Voice of College Football, Dies

- fb.me
14 Jan 2018
Mr. Jackson worked at 10 Summer and Winter Olympics and on "ABC's Wide World of Sports." He was the play-by-play man for the inaugural season of N.F.L. "Monday Night Football" and was at the microphone for baseball, pro and college basketball, and auto racing.

Keith Jackson, 'voice of college football,' dies

14 Jan 2018
Referred to as "the voice of college football," he called games for 50 years with ABC Sports until retiring in 2006. He, and his go-to line of "Whoa Nellie," helped provide play-by-play to many classic matchups, including his final game when Texas defeated USC in a thrilling BCS Championship at the Rose Bowl.
- wfxg.com
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