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  • Bill Raftery - Wikipedia

    William Joseph Raftery (born April 19, 1943) is an American basketball analyst and former college basketball coach.

  • Bill Raftery files for trademarks - ESPN: The Worldwide ...

    Longtime basketball announcer Bill Raftery is finally putting himself in position to capitalize on some of his famous phrases. Raftery filed for trademarks to "Onions ...

  • Bill Raftery (@Bill_Raftery) | Twitter

    The latest Tweets from Bill Raftery (@Bill_Raftery). The man, the myth, THE ONIONS!. Behind the mic

  • Bill Raftery Onions Double Order - YouTube

    Bill Raftery with a few classic "ONIONS" calls in the 2009 Ohio State vs. Siena NCAA tournament. Calls include onions, onions double order, and onions ...

  • Bill Raftery, 73, gets first chance at Final Four on TV

    Bill Raftery, 73, gets first chance at Final Four on TV 'You can hear his smile,' says Jim Nantz of long-time analyst with colorful catchphrases.

  • The Best Of Bill Raftery - YouTube

    Video clips of college basketball announcer Bill Raftery.

  • Iconic announcer Bill Raftery licences phrases, likeness

    Bill Raftery is finally cashing in on some of the phrases that have made him famous. The former coach and longtime broadcaster, who joined CBS in 1983 and will ...

  • Bill Raftery | Fox Sports PressPass

    Renowned college basketball analyst Bill Raftery is the lead game analyst for FS1’s BIG EAST men’s basketball coverage, teaming with his longtime play-by-play ...

  • Bill Raftery's long road to the Final Four

    No matter how quickly dawn is approaching or how early they have to wake up the next morning, Bill Raftery's friends and family rarely say no to these five words.

  • How CBS/Turner settled on Bill Raftery to call Final Four ...

    After a long career in college basketball broadcasting, Bill Raftery was finally given the assignment to call the Final Four, joining Grant Hill and J

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