Billy Packer

Billy Packer

Anthony William "Billy" Packer (born February 25, 1940 in Wellsville, New York) is a former American sportscaster and a published author. Packer spent more than three decades as a color analyst for television coverage of college basketball.

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College Basketball On CBS - History - 2000s
... In 2001, CBS assigned the team of Jim Nantz and Billy Packer to a Thursday/Saturday tournament regional for the first time ever ... For 2004, CBS assigned Jim Nantz and Billy Packer to a Thursday-Saturday regional for the third time in four years ... This was also the only year that team of Nantz and Packer worked Thursday-Saturday tournament games on each of the first two weekends ...
College Basketball On NBC - History - 1969–1976
... on Saturdays and national games (called by Dick Enberg, Al McGuire and Billy Packer) on Sundays. 1974 also marked the first year that Billy Packer helped commentate an NCAA tournament game, starting a streak continued well into the 2000s (decade) ... This was also the first year, Billy Packer, worked on coverage of the Final Four ...

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