TV Announcers for the First Super Bowl

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Kansas City Chiefs' quarterback Len Dawson (16) gets ready to release the ball during the first Super Bowl, Jan. 15, 1967, against the Green Bay Packers at the Los Angeles Coliseum in Los Angeles, California. The Green Bay Packers won the game. (AP Photo)
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Super Bowl I had two broadcast networks and two sets of broadcasters.

For CBS, Ray Scott (first half) and Jack Whitaker (second half) were the play-by-play announcers. Frank Gifford was the color commentator, and Pat Summerall was the sideline reporter.

For NBC, Curt Gowdy was the play-by-play announcer. Paul Christman was the color commentator, and Charlie Jones was the sideline reporter.

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