CBS Sports broadcaster Jim Nantz eloquently signed off the AFC Championship broadcast by handing off to FOX’s Joe Buck and recognizing that his father Jack called the last time the Kansas City Chiefs reached in the Super Bowl in 1970. Joe will call the Super Bowl LIV matchup of the Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers on February 2. With the Buck family coming full-circle in Super Bowl broadcast history, SI media columnist Jimmy Traina and Robin Lundberg discuss the gesture.
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