Kevin Harlan – Born 21 June 1960 – is an American television and radio sports announcer.
The son of former Green Bay Packers executive Bob Harlan, he currently broadcasts NFL and college basketball games on CBS.
Harlan is also a play-by-play announcer for the NBA on TNT.
Until 2008, Harlan was the voice of Westwood One Radio’s Final Four coverage, which is heard on hundreds of radio stations nationwide.
In 2009, he began serving as Westwood One’s (now Dial Global Sports) lead announcer for Monday Night Football, calling his first Super Bowl in Super Bowl 45, thus joining Jim Nantz, Dick Enberg, and Curt Gowdy the only play-by-play announcers to call a Super Bowl and the Final Four.
He joins Bob Papa as the only two play-by-play announcers to call the World Bowl and Super Bowl.
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