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Jim Nantz

James William Nantz, III (born May 17, 1959) is an American sportscaster, known primarily for his work with CBS Sports television. Born in Charlotte, North Carolina, Nantz grew up in Colts Neck, New Jersey and attended Marlboro High School. In high school, he was co-captain of the basketball team and co-captain and number one player on the golf team. He was a member of Bamm Hollow Country Club. Nantz then went to the University of Houston in Texas, where he majored in broadcasting and played briefly on the Houston Cougars men's golf team, rooming with future professional golfers Fred Couples and Blaine McCallister. Nantz worked as an anchor and sportscaster for KSL TV in Salt Lake City. Nantz joined CBS in 1985, initially working as a studio host for the network's college football and basketball coverage, and as an on-course reporter for PGA Tour golf, as well as calling NFL games on Westwood One. Nantz has anchored CBS' coverage of the Masters tournament since 1989. He has teamed with Billy Packer to call the NCAA Final Four men's basketball finals continuously since 1991. Since the 2008-09 season, Clark Kellogg has been his analyst. After hosting CBS's pre-game program The NFL

NFL Sportscaster's Divorce -- You Stray, You Pay

NFL Sportscaster's Divorce -- You Stray, You Pay

NFL on CBS sportscaster Jim Nantz made one really bad call -- with a 29-year-old woman -- and it set a divorce in play that will cost him nearly a million bucks a year for the rest of his life. A… READ MORE >

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