Longtime broadcaster Dick Enberg (pictured), who called multiple Super Bowls as well as Final Fours for NBC during his career, passed away at his home late Thursday night.

Enberg grew up in Armada, Michigan and graduated from college at Central Michigan University.  After making his name broadcasting UCLA basketball games in the 1960's and 70's, as well as California Angels baseball games, he joined NBC to broadcast NFL, college basketball, MLB, golf, and tennis.

He moved to CBS in 2000 where he continued his NFL, tennis, and college basketball coverage.  And in recent years, called San Diego Padres games on TV.

Enberg was 82 years old.

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