Sports world pays its respects to broadcasting legend Keith Jackson

It’s fitting that we would be celebrating college football broadcasting legend Keith Jackson on a Saturday. The voice of college football for many of us growing up, Jackson passed away at the age of 89 on Friday night.Known more for college football than anything else, Jackson also covered 11 World Series, 10 Olympic Games and was the first play-by-play voice of Monday Night Football. His legendary career began all the way back in 1966 and spanned five decades.In paying homage to the man many of us saw as a representation of college football more than the players themselves, the sports world paid its respects to Jackson in a big way on Saturday. Here’s some of the best. pic.twitter.com/2YcAaRKoan— Marcus Allen (@MarcusAllenHOF) January 13, 2018 Wayne Dupree (@WayneDupreeShow) January 13, 2018 May you Rest In Peace, Mr. Jackson. Your voice and gentle soul will live on forever. We’re all better for being part of your life. Heaven did indeed gain a great man, and “Whoa Nellie” will forever reverberate down from
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