Jim Nantz Missing Final Four And Masters, But Looking Forward To 'Symbol Of Hope' With Fall Tournament'For the last three decades, Nantz has been the voice in living rooms and restaurant bars and anywhere else fans were watching the two biggest sporting events on the Spring calendar — the Final Four and the Masters over a span of nine days.
Pebble Beach 'A Good Postcard Through The Years,' Says CBS Sports' Jim NantzThe PGA Tour returns to California for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, where Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson will look to win another title.
Chiefs-Patriots Preview: Can Pats Defense Contain Patrick Mahomes?The Patriots, coming off a disappointing loss, will host the Chiefs, who prevailed in impressive fashion, in a rematch of last season's AFC Championship.
Jim Nantz: 'Don't See Any Reason Why Patriots-Chiefs Won't Be Another Nail-Biter'The two meetings between the Chiefs and Patriots last year were close, and lead NFL On CBS announcer Jim Nantz expects this Sunday's to be the same.
'I've Had Many Occasions To Be There And Watch Them Dominate': Jim Nantz On The New England PatriotsThe NFL on CBS play by play announcer explains what makes the Patriots so great.
Nick Faldo: 'Being Smart And Sensible Is Key At Bethpage Black'The PGA Championship comes to Bethpage Black, a Long Island public course so famous for its difficulty that its first tee boasts a warning sign.
The Masters: Jim Nantz's Memories Of The 12th Hole At AugustaAugusta's 12th hole is its shortest par-3, but the Golden Bell stands out to Jim Nantz for the Masters history and potential for drama.
Jim Nantz Says Final Four Hasn't Lost Any 'Ambience' With Move To Play In Football StadiumsJim Nantz, veteran CBS play-by-play man calling the Final Four in Minneapolis, weighs in on playing NCAA Tournament games in stadiums.
Jim Nantz On The NCAA Tournament, Grant Hill & Billy PackerNantz will be the lead play by play announcer for another NCAA tournament on CBS.
Jim Nantz & Tony Romo Share Their Favorite Super Bowl MemoriesThere have been many incredible Super Bowl moments. Nantz and Romo reflect on their favorites.
Jim Nantz: Texans-Patriots Could Have Playoff ImplicationsCBS Sports' lead announcer for the NFL on CBS, Jim Nantz, breaks down the Week 1 battle between the Houston Texans and New England Patriots.