Kellogg, Anthony switch roles for CBS basketball Print
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Monday, 16 September 2013 05:16
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 NEW YORK (AP) - Clark Kellogg and Greg Anthony are switching roles for CBS's college basketball coverage.
Anthony will serve as the lead game analyst alongside Jim Nantz, while Kellogg is returning to the network's studio show.
Kellogg worked on the studio show for 16 years before replacing Billy Packer as CBS's lead game analyst, calling his first Final Four in 2009. He will still call games during the regular season.
Anthony has been CBS's lead studio analyst since 2008. The 11-year NBA veteran and former UNLV star has also called games for the network.
CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus said Monday that ``we believe this shuffling of our lineup allows both Greg and Clark to play more to their individual strengths.''
 

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