|education||Minnesota State University, Mankato, Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System|
|place_of_birth||St. Charles, Minnesota, United States|
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Brad Nessler is a professional American sportscaster for CBS. He calls out college football as well as the college basketball for CBS network. In the starting of his career, he did the play-by-play duties and, he also worked for ESPN, ABC and other networks.
Brad Nessler was born on June 3, 1956, in St. Charles, Minnesota, United States. He was born to Bob Nessler. Nessler completed his early education from the local school. After his early education, he joined Minnesota State Colleges and Universities but, he completed his graduation from Minnesota State University.
In the starting of his professional career, Nessler did play-by-play radio duties for Georgia Tech basketball on WGST-AM. He worked for just a year from 1980 to 1981. However, from 1982 to 1988, he did the play-by-play for Atlanta Falcons. Well, he also worked for the Miami Dolphins for several years. Besides this, Nessler also did the football telecast as well as play-by-play for Jefferson-Pilot.
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Nesseler also worked for the CBS Sports from 1990-91. During his work at CBS, he called NFL games, college football, as well as college basketball. In 1992, he started working for the ESPN and ABC Sports. There he covered the college basketball games, and also Big Ten. Furthermore, he also covered Thursday night football contests. In 1997, he started calling the college football. Well, during that time he was considered as the #3 play-by-play man after Keith Jackson and Brent Musburger.
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From 2002 to 2004, he worked as a broadcaster for NBA. Well, since 3006 Nessler is working as play-by-play for SEC games on Super Tuesday as well as on Thursday Night Showcase. However, from the 2006-2008 season, he was #1 Saturday afternoon play-by-play man. Moreover, he also covered the Monday Night Football for the ESPN. In 2011, Nessler worked for the NFL Network and called Thursday Night Football telecasts. He continuously worked for NFL until 2013.
On May 31, 2016, CBS announced that Nessler will join their network to cover the SEC college football games of 2017. He is hired in the place of Verne Lundquist. Nessler will be working along with Gary Danielson and Allie LaForce. Moreover, he will also work as play-by-play for college basketball along with Bill Raftery.
Brad Nessler is blessed with a happily married life. He is married to his beloved wife since a long time. This couple have a child but they haven't mentioned the name of their child. Brad is equally maintaining his professional as well as family life. Although being such a famous person, he there is very few information about his personal life.
He mostly stays away from the social media and keeps his personal information out of reach the people. Besides this, there are no any records of his other relationships. Moreover, there are no any rumors of his divorce. Nessler belongs to an American nationality and falls under white ethnic group.
Besides this, there are no any records of his other relationships. Moreover, there are no any rumors of his divorce. Nessler belongs to an American nationality and falls under white ethnic group.
Brad Nessler a famous sportscaster must have a good net worth and salary. Well, his current net worth is $1.5 million which is totally worth. And his annual salary is $300 thousand.