Brad Nessler Net Worth is$15 Million
Brad Nessler Salary is$300 Thousand Per Year
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Brad Nessler net worthand salary: Brad Nessler is an American sportscaster who has a net worth of $1.5 million and annual salary of $300 thousand. A native of St. Charles, Minnesota, Brad Nessler was born on June 3rd 1956. He graduated from Mankato State University (now Minnesota State University) with a BA degree in broadcasting. Nessler's career beginnings date back to 1980, when he served as sports anchor and talk-show host for WGST-Radio in Atlanta. After five years, he became a sports director at WSB-Radio, again in Atlanta. This period (1980-1985), he worked on Georgia Tech basketball broadcasts and he also was the radio voice of the Peach Bowl. Then Nessler handled play-by-play duties for the Atlanta Falcons (1982-1988), before acquiring the same duty for the Minnesota Vikings on WCCO-Radio in Minneapolis, from 1988 to 1989. Additionally, he has called preseason telecasts for the Miami Dolphins and has done play-by-play of ACC football and basketball for Raycom/Jefferson Pilot telecasts. As from 1991 to 1992, he has served as play-by-play announcer for Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears preseason telecasts. Nessler joined CBS in 1990, calling NFL games, college football, and college basketball (both men's and women's college basketball). In 1992, he started working at ESPN as lead college basketball commentator, holding the same role for ESPN's college football games from 1992 to 1997. Brad Nessler was the broadcaster of the Eastern Conference Finals in 2003 and 2004, and the NBA Finals of 2003, as well as the play-by-play voice of the NBA on ABC/ESPN. Currently, he calls both college basketball and college football games for ESPN with occasional appearances on ESPN on ABC. Also, Nessler appears annually as a commentator in EA Sports' NCAA Football, and ever since 2011, he has called Thursday Night Football on NFL Network. He resides in Georgia with his wife Nancy, with whom he has one daughter.
Bradley "Brad" Nessler (born June 3, 1956) is an American sportscaster, who currently calls college basketball and college football games for ESPN with occasional appearances on ESPN on ABC. He has also called Thursday Night Football on NFL Network since 2011, and appears annually as a commentator in EA Sports' NCAA Football. Also, his voice (and that of his broadcast partner, Dick Vitale) was featured in EA Sports' NCAA March Madness video game series.
Nessler began his professional broadcasting career sharing play-by-play radio duties with Al Ciraldo on Georgia Tech basketball on WGST-AM from 1980-81 through 1984-85, and handled the play-by-play for the Atlanta Falcons from 1982 to 1988 on WGST and WSB-AM before assuming the same position for the Minnesota Vikings during the 1988 and 1989 seasons. He also called preseason telecasts for the Miami Dolphins for several years, and has done play-by-play of ACC football and basketball telecasts for Jefferson-Pilot.
In 1990 and 1991, Nessler worked for CBS Sports, calling NFL games, college football, and college basketball (both men's and women's college basketball).
Nessler's career with ESPN began in 1992 and expanded with the addition of ABC Sports assignments in 1997.
From 2002a??04, Nessler was a broadcaster for the NBA, including calling the 2003 NBA Finals. During this particular period, Nessler was accused (among them, the New York Times' Richard Sandomir) of not knowing game strategy well, lacking rhythm and enthusiasm in his game call, not bringing out the best in his partners (i.e. Bill Walton and Tom Tolbert), too often ignoring the score, and tending to stammer.
When Nessler began calling college football for ABC in 1997 he was regarded as the #3 play-by-play man behind Keith Jackson and Brent Musburger. He was promoted to #2 upon Jackson's scaling back to West Coast games in 1999, and was the #1 Saturday afternoon play-by-play man from 2006 until the 2008 season. In July 2009, ESPN announced

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'Cousin Ness': Brad Nessler slips into Lundquist's CBS seat

NEW YORK (AP) — In many ways, the only thing changing for Brad Nessler is the blazer he will be wearing in the booth. Nessler is preparing for his first season as the voice of the SEC on CBS, filling the seat held for 17 years by friend Verne Lundquist ...
Posted: August 1, 2017, 1:55 pm

Prepping for PGA Championship with CBS

Brad Nessler is replacing Lundquist next month. At age 77, Lundquist remains part of CBS golf coverage. Two of his most memorable broadcasts came at the Masters. In 1986, his emphatic call of “Yes sir!” in response to a putt by Jack Nicklaus on the ...
Posted: August 10, 2017, 11:59 pm

David Barbe, wizard of Athens music scene, releases new album

David Barbe never had a chance. Music was always going to drive his life. Oh, there was the senior year internship with broadcaster Brad Nessler at Ridgeview High School in Sandy Springs and the journalism degree from the University of Georgia. But as the ...
Posted: August 13, 2017, 2:49 pm

Nessler set to take over as CBS college announcer

NEW YORK (AP) — In many ways, the only thing changing for Brad Nessler is the blazer he will be wearing in the booth. Nessler is preparing for his first season as the voice of the SEC on CBS, filling the seat held for 17 years by friend Verne Lundquist ...
Posted: August 9, 2017, 7:52 am

When Will the Heisman Go to Anyone Other Than a QB or an Alabama RB? #DearAndy

How badly will college football fans miss Verne Lundquist? I like Brad Nessler a lot, but Uncle Verne owned that 3:30 p.m. SEC on CBS play-by-play role so thoroughly that he may be impossible to follow. Some announcers have that voice-of-God thing going on ...
Posted: August 15, 2017, 8:00 am
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