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Video: Jim Nantz offers touching tribute to longtime Final Four analyst Billy Packer


CBS broadcasting legend Jim Nantz offered a touching tribute to Billy Packer after the longtime Final Four basketball analyst died Thursday at the age of 82. "I think Billy will go down in history as one of the greatest analysts in the history of sports television," Nantz remarked during an appearance on "CBS Mornings." Packer announced 34 Final Fours. (Yardbarker)

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Video: Jim Nantz offers touching tribute to longtime Final Four analyst Billy Packer


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