- Kevin Burkhardt joined a rare list of announcers who called an NFL playoff game in their debut season
- a look at the longest lasting announcer duos on national TV networks
- rememberances of the 1974 ACC Tournament title game on its 40th anniversary
- a chart of how many strokes CBS showed by player for the final round of the 2014 Masters (along with similar shot track summaries for the US Open, the British Open, and the PGA Championship)
- a summary of consecutive season streaks for 3-man TV announcer booths
- a retrospective on the classic TV sitcom Get Smart spotlighting some of the sports-themed episodes
- a peek inside the pages of a 1980 edition of The Sporting News
- a look at the single season NFL TV record that Jim Nantz and Phil Simms each wound up breaking in 2014
- the 1974 debut of the football sideline reporter role (with video of entire ABC telecast)
- video of Pat Summerall and Tom Brookshier calling a Muhammad Ali heavyweight title bout on CBS in 1976
- original NBC telecast of the first game of the 1973 NLCS called by Curt Gowdy and Tony Kubek (video)
- the story behind the last time an NFL game went untelevised
If you want more, check out the best posts from 2013 and highlights from the debut year of 2012.
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