Longtime CBS sportscaster Jim Nantz to announce his final NCAA men’s basketball tournament in 2023 Andrew Marchand of the New York Post was the first to report history.

According to the New York Post , Ian Eagle will replace Nantz as the No. 1 broadcaster for CBS and Turner Sports for the NCAA Tournament.

“With two young children and an older daughter, it was time for me to spend more time at home,” Nantz told the Post.

Nantz, 63, has been the host broadcaster for the NCAA Tournament since 1991. In 2023, Nantes will host its 32nd Final Four and National Championship for CBS. In addition to college basketball, Nantz is the lead CBS broadcaster for golf coverage, which includes the Masters and the PGA Championship. He is on the No. 1 CBS telecast team NFLalong with color analyst Tony Romo and sideline reporter Tracy Wolfson.

Eagle, 53, called the NCAA Tournament for CBS and TNT. He also provided play-by-play commentary NBA games on TNT and the Brooklyn Nets on the YES Network.

The 2023 NCAA tournament begins on March 14, with the national championship game in Houston on April 3.


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