Whoa Nelly & Keith Jackson

Whoa, Nelly! is the debut album by Canadian singer-songwriter Nelly Furtado. It was released in North America on October 24, 2000 by DreamWorks Records. Keith Jackson (born October 18, 1928) is an American former sportscaster, known for his long career with ABC Sports (1966–2006), his coverage of college football (1952–2006), his style of folksy, down-to-earth commentary, and his distinctive voice, with its deep cadence, and operatic tone considered like Edward R. 1.7/5

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Keith Jackson, the sportscaster known for his 'Whoa, Nelly!' call, has died. He was 89.
Keith Jackson, the voice of college football, passed away at 89
Great memories as a kid listening to Keith Jackson call college football. Whoa, Nelly...he will be missed.
Whoa Nelly - he was the best. Keith Jackson, folksy voice of college football, dies at 89
As a young media relations guy in the ‘80s I was fortunate to get to know Keith Jackson. Worked w/ him on many telecasts duri…
Keith Jackson was big time college football. When he broadcasted one of your games, you knew i…
"Whoa Nelly!" Oh, no... Keith Jackson once a commentary on ABC's Professional Bowlers Tour with the l…
To quote the late, great Keith Jackson: "Whoa, Nelly!" O.O
You didn't have to like college football to love Keith Jackson. His voice, enthusiasm & style made each game an event. I'm s…
Keith Jackson gave me so many wonderful memories. He will forever be college football to me. "Whoa, nelly."
Keith Jackson was best known for his college football coverage, with his signature phrases like “Whoa, Nelly!”
Keith Jackson, 89, announcer with 'Whoa, Nelly!' call, dies
Keith Jackson, sportscaster with 'Whoa, Nelly! call, dies
CELEBRATING A LEGEND: Legendary broadcaster Keith Jackson, whose career spanned five decades and included some of th…
Whoa Nelly! Heaven gained a new legend in the press box in Keith Jackson. I hear Fox saved him a seat with all the…
You young ones won't know who I'm talking about but it is my Iron Bowl wish to get Frank Broyles and Keith Jackson back to broadcast this game. Whoa Nelly!
We need a Keith Jackson, "Whoa Nelly" for the rumbling, stumbling stud known as Eddie Lacy.
I think he's good but not to many Keith Jackson's... Whoa Nelly n look at the big uglies up front
forget that have you seen Clyde's suit? Whoa Nelly? Said in my best Keith Jackson voice!
"Shouldn't Keith Jackson come out of retirement" I do miss the good ol' Whoa Nelly!
For the younger gen that have never heard Keith call a big game, well let me just say "Whoa Nelly, let me tell ya about Keith Jackson"
My wife just used the expression, "Whoa Nelly!" Remember where it came from? And no; it wasn't sportscaster Keith Jackson.
Whoa Nelly! Just watched Keith Jackson call the 1972 Olympic 200 Fly final & WR by Mark Spitz. Doesn't get any better.
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