Jim Nantz, "NFL on CBS" lead play-by-play announcer, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the Manning brothers face-off on Sunday. Also, Nantz discusses what to expect on Saturday as Alabama takes on Texas A&M and what quarterback "Johnny Football" will have to offer.moreless
CBS Sports play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the final stretch, from the momentum behind Louisville's "Let's go win it for, Kevin" efforts to the "fantastic" match-up between Syracuse and Michigan.moreless
Jim Nantz, CBS Sports' play-by-play announcer for college basketball and the NFL, spoke to Charlie Rose and Norah O'Donnell about the NFL playoffs, the Super Bowl, March Madness and the Masters Tournament.
Marshall and Lily set up Ted with one of Barney's discards from his Super Bowl plea for phone calls as a Valentine's Day date. Meanwhile, Robin's invited to a party by a Don, which she suspects is really a date.moreless
Depressed over their own lousy weeks—Marshall and Lily were outed as toothrush sharers, Ted mistook a student's name for a gag, and a guy won't call Robin for a second date—the rest of the gang cheer Barney on towards a "perfect week": seven girls in seven days with no rejections.moreless
In this special two-part episode, the BAU is called to investigate after a wealthy couple is murdered in their home following a Super Bowl party. The team pursues what they believe might be multiple killers who use webcams to record murders and upload the tapes on the internet. Hotchner, Morgan and Prentiss soon discover the unsub is actually one man with multiple personalities. As they close in on the killer, Reid faces a life-threatening situation.moreless
Welcome To The Broadcast. Tonight, David Remnick Of The New Yorker Magazine On The Possibilities For Peace In The Middle East. Then, Thierry Breton, The Ceo Of France Telecom, On The Revolution Sweeping Through The Telephone Business.moreless
First, Elliott Abrams, former Assistant Secretary of State; Rep. Robert Torricelli, New Jersey, House Intelligence Committee; and Allan Narin, of the The Nation magazine discuss the possible connection between Guatamala and the CIA. Then, architect Frank Israel talks about his clients and influences, including Louis Kahn, Robert Venturi, Richard Meier, and Frank Gehry. Finally, sportscaster Jim Nantz talks about the NCAA Final Four.moreless
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