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Always by My Side: The Healing Gift of a Father's Love
Always by My Side The Healing Gift of a Father's Love Author:Jim Nantz The New York Times bestseller, now in paperback. America?s most visible sports commentator recounts some of the most dramatic moments in American sports and pays tribute to the man who inspired him?his beloved father — As vivid as an instant replay, Always by My Side gives readers an insider?s look into an unprecedented sixty... more »-three- day stretch from February through April of 2007, when Jim Nantz became the first broadcaster to call the Super Bowl, the Final Four, and the Masters. Though Nantz was unable to share the voyage with his dad, the devoted son felt his father?s presence every step of the way, and used this championship odyssey to celebrate the people, venues, and moments that tapped into all the goodness that his dad?and his dad?s generation? represent.
In recounting the highlights of more than two thrilling decades with CBS Sports, Nantz recalls legendary voices of his youth?such as Jim McKay, Chris Schenkel, Pat Summerall, Jack Whitaker, and Dick Enberg?who sparked his imagination and shaped his style.
Always by My Side traces Nantz?s life and career, and along the way readers are treated to an array of memories, including Nantz?s special relationship with former president George H. W. Bush and his friendships with such sports royalty as Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Peyton Manning, Tony Dungy, Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, Mike Krzyzewski, John Wooden, and many others. Always by My Side turns every day into Father?s Day.« less
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I thoroughly enjoyed reading this memoir by Jim Nantz. It's always fun to read about what goes on behind the scenes on the big sports events we all watch. Nantz makes it up close & personal. The tribute to his father made it especially touching. In a wacked-out world of sports egos, it was refreshing to read this book by a genuinely nice guy. Well done, Mr. Nantz!