The Kansas City Chiefs clinched their second consecutive Super Bowl victory on Sunday night with a Mecole Hardman touchdown catch in overtime. The thrilling game was called by CBS’s Jim Nantz and Tony Romo, while Kevin Harlan provided an epic call on the radio broadcast.
Harlan, who began his football broadcasting career as the voice of the Chiefs, was the play-by-play announcer for Westwood One Sports Radio’s Super Bowl broadcast on Sunday. He was on the call for the Chiefs’ ensuing drive after San Francisco 49ers scored first to begin overtime in the 2024 Super Bowl.
As Hardman caught the ball, Harlan exclaimed, “It’s caught! Hardman caught the ball! The Chiefs have won!” His call marked a dramatic moment in a game filled with tension and excitement.
The Kansas City Chiefs’ tight end, Travis Kelce, also played a significant role in the Super Bowl. From a heated argument with his coach to late heroics, Kelce was at the center of many of the game’s most memorable moments.