Good night, Keith Jackson. And thanks.

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Washington Post—The voice of the broadcaster, who died Friday night at 89, both shaped and transcended college football.

A Cordial Good Night. Five nights a week, Sunday through Thursday, from 1973 to 2012, Milton Rosenberg elevated AM radio and the cultural tone generally in Chicago. Milt Rosenberg died on January 9 at the age of 92. His two-hour talk show was nothing if not anomalous. A University of Chicago professor, his academic specialty was social psychology, though it seems strange to use the word “specialty” in connection with Milt Rosenberg, who may have been the world’s greatest paid dilettante. Dilettante need not be a...