Highlights of sportscasters who graduated from WSU’s Murrow College of Communication

Cindy Brunson ’96

Recap: Washington State women’s basketball edges Colorado
February 16, 2014
Washington State slips past Colorado 80-77 Sunday in Boulder. Tia Presley dropped 32 points for the Cougs, while Sage Romberg posted 14 points and 12 rebounds. The win moves WSU to 8-6 in the Pac-12, while Colorado falls to 4-10. Pac-12 Networks’ Anne Marie Anderson and Cindy Brunson recap the game.
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Kobe Bryant Scores 81 Points (ESPNews Coverage)
Published on Oct 3, 2014
January 22, 2006 – Kobe Bryant erupted for the second largest single game individual player point total in NBA history in leading the Los Angeles Lakers to a thrilling comeback victory over the visiting Toronto Raptors. Reporters Anthony Amey and Cindy Brunson covered Kobe’s accomplishment for ESPNews.
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Syracuse Holds On To Top Wisconsin In Sweet 16 – SportsCenter (03-22-2012)
Published on Mar 23, 2012
Syracuse advances to Elite Eight, holding off Wisconsin at the buzzer for the 64-63 win. Cindy Brunson, Todd Grisham and College Basketball analyst Jimmy Dykes break down Cruse’s victory.
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You can watch Cindy on Pac-12 Networks and Fox Sports Arizona, and follow her on Twitter: @CindyBrunsonAZ

Jaymee Sire ’02

Jaymee Sire Ice Bucket Challenge on SportsCenter
August 18, 2014
Jaymee takes the Ice Bucket Challenge with a little help from Rhode Island Coach David Belisle and throws the challenge to Jay Crawford, Chris McKendry, Dugout and Coach Belisle! Go Cougs.
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You can watch Jaymee on ESPN SportsCenter during the week, and follow her on Twitter: @jaymee

Keith Jackson ’54

Keith Jackson’s life and legacy – Washington State University
September 4, 2014
A video tribute to the life and legacy of legendary broadcasting great Keith Jackson. This 1954 Washington State University alum has been hailed as the signature voice of College Football. Produced by Eric Johnson of KOMO TV in Seattle, this is a MUST SEE story for college football, and WSU fans alike.
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Keith Jackson explains ‘Whoa, Nellie!’
Oct 19, 2013
Keith Jackson joins FOX College Saturday and explains where his famous ’Whoa, Nellie!’ phrase came from.
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