Power Rankings: March Madness Announcers

Jim Nantz
Award-winning sportscaster and household name. He has covered the NFL, NCAA and also knows a thing or two about golf.
Kevin Harlan
Just like any self-made man, this son of a former Packers exec has risen to the top through a combination of nepotism and good ol' fashion nonsensical phrases.
Marv Albert
He's got a really great voice and a really great toupee, considering that there is no photograph of him that exists showing him without hair.
Gus Johnson
Was the sports announcer for CBS Sports’ March Madness from 1996-2011.
Reggie Miller
Even though he ended up No. 2 on UCLA's all time scoring list behind Mr. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, he has compensated with his superior abilities as a talking head.
Verne Lundquist
Lead-guitar for a Scandinavian metal band? No! He's an all-round talent in sports broadcasting, who had a cameo in “Happy Gilmore.”
Greg Anthony
Retired basketball player probably remembered most for getting victimized by Reggie Miller in the 1995 NBA playoffs.
Steve Kerr
Retired NBA basketball player who won five championships. Made the game winner in Game 6 of the 1997 NBA Finals for the Bulls’ fifth title.
Clark Kellogg
"Special K," as he is affectionately known to the Ohio State faithful, will have to pretend to be unbiased, as CBS tends to put him in the awkward position of praising other Big Ten schools.
Ian Eagle
Nicknamed “The Bird,” he was born to showbiz parents and began his sports-broadcasting career in college.

The Power Rankings are compiled by MyBriefs staff writers Joseph Laguerre, Graham J. Noble, Tyler Pisani and Christopher Wilson and are sponsored by Panda Express.

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