Longtime award-winning sports broadcaster Jim Huber has died.
FOX News Radio's Chris Hoenig reports:
Jim Huber was an Emmy Award-winning essayist who joined TBS Sports in 2000, covering everything from the retirement of basketball coach Phil Jackson...
(Huber) "He has repeatedly said that this would be the end, and the son of two ministers surely wouldn't lie to us now, would he?"
...to golf's PGA Tour...
(Huber/Els) "Says right here '1997, Ernie Els.' And here you are again, congratulations. Great play today.//Thank you, Jim, yeah..."
Huber also worked as an anchor and reporter for CNN and Sports Illustrated before joining TBS. He died late Monday in Atlanta. Jim Huber was 67.
Chris Hoenig, FOX News Radio.