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Fred Gaudelli, producing his sixth Super Bowl, says he still gets butterflies about the game: “A thousand percent yes.”

NBC has quite an experienced crew involved with this Super Bowl, from producer Fred Gaudelli (producing his sixth Super Bowl) to director Drew Esocoff (directing his sixth) to analyst Cris Collinsworth (calling his fourth) and play-by-play voice Al Michaels (calling his 10th). But the pressure around the big game never goes away, according to Gaudelli. In Read more... The post Fred Gaudelli, producing his sixth Super Bowl, says he still gets butterflies about the game: “A thousand percent yes.
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