1. Keith Jackson announced he would retire from college football play-by-play after the 1998 season but ended up continuing with ABC Sports.
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2. Keith Jackson began calling college football games for ABC Sports when it acquired the broadcast rights for NCAA football in 1966.
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6. Keith Jackson concluded the program by stating "Tennessee 23, Florida State 16.
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8. Keith Jackson called various Monday Night Baseball and other regular-season games for ABC throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s.
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13. Keith Jackson was the early leader for the Lobos On Iona's ensuing possession, Manigault got a steal and dished it out to Keith McGee, who was fouled on the way up for a shot.
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15. Keith Jackson was portrayed by actor Shuler Hensley in the 2002 made-for-cable film Monday Night Mayhem, which aired on TNT.
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18. Keith Jackson has had a minor career as an actor, often either playing himself, as on an episode of Coach; or a sportscaster like himself, as in The Fortune Cookie, appearing in the first speaking role of the film "Football Announcer" as a CBS play-by-play man, a network for whom he never worked.
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20. Keith Jackson would call the 1972 USC Trojans football team the greatest team he ever saw.
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21. In the 1990s, Keith Jackson recorded videos for the centennial of the Alabama Crimson Tide.
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25. Keith Jackson called speed skating and ski jumping at the 1984 Winter Olympics.
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26. Keith Jackson covered swimming at the 1972 Summer Olympics and track and field at the 1976 Summer Games.
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27. Keith Jackson was involved in the ABC coverage of the 1972 Summer Olympics and continued to contribute even when an attack by Palestinian terrorists transformed the coverage from that of a typical sporting event to a greater international and historical news event.
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28. Keith Jackson was the lead play-by-play announcer for the United States Football League broadcasts on ABC from 1983 to 1985.
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29. Keith Jackson found out that he had been taken off the Monday Night package from 38 messages, not from Roone Arledge himself.
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30. In the early 1960s, Keith Jackson covered American Football League games.
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32. Keith Jackson began his career as a broadcaster in 1952, when he called on radio a game between Stanford and Washington State.
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34. Son of a dirt farmer, Keith Jackson was born in Roopville, Georgia and grew up on a farm outside Carrollton, near the Alabama state line.
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