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Nessler's Schedule With ESPN Will Not Change After Joining NFL Net
Published May 5, 2011
When asked whether the net considered another three-man booth to replace Bob Papa, Joe Theismann and Millen, Quenzel said, "It can work either way. I prefer a two-man booth. I think the dynamic we have between Brad and Mike lends itself to a two-man booth." Quenzel said the net looked at "a number of people" other than Nessler for the play-by-play job, but would not disclose any names. Quenzel also labeled Mayock a "rising star in sports broadcasting." Mayock: "If you had told me months ago that I'd be calling Notre Dame games on NBC, followed by an NFL playoff game on NBC, followed by the NFL Network offering me this package, I would probably inquire as to your hallucinogenic of choice."