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Paul Burmeister

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Paul Burmeister
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Paul Burmeister in 2013.
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Personal information
Born: (1971-03-10) March 10, 1971 (age 50)
Iowa City, Iowa
Height:6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight:215 lb (98 kg)
Career information
High school:Iowa City (IA) West
Career history
 * Offseason and/or practice squad member only

Paul Burmeister (born March 10, 1971) is a studio host, play-by-play announcer and reporter for NBC Sports since 2011. He has also worked for NFL Network and has been the national radio voice of Notre Dame football.[1]

Early life

Burmeister was an all-state quarterback in 1988 and named Mississippi Valley Conference Player of the Year at Iowa City West High School. He was also a 3-year letterman and all-conference performer in basketball and baseball, graduating as the school's all-time leading scorer in basketball.

College career

In addition to holding two degrees from the University of Iowa (B.A., 1994, M.A., 1997), Burmeister also played quarterback for Hayden Fry from 1989 to 1993. He started the final three games of the 1992 season, and every game in 1993. Burmeister was named offensive captain prior to the 1993 season, and voted MVP at the conclusion of the season that ended with a berth in the inaugural Alamo Bowl.

Professional career

He was invited to participate in the NFL Scouting Combine,[2] after his senior season, and in 1995 spent 5 months with the Minnesota Vikings as a free agent.

Television career

NBC Sports

Burmeister has been an NFL studio host and play-by-play announcer for NBC Sports since 2011. In 2011 and 2012, Burmeister was the lead play-by-play voice for NBC Sports Network's coverage of Mountain West Conference Football, working alongside NFL Hall of Famer Rod Woodson for the 2012 season. He has also served as a reporter for Football Night in America.

Play By Play

Called play by play on NBC for Notre Dame vs Miami, OH last September, as well as for annual Blue-Gold Game on NBCSN the last 3 years.

Called Ivy League football and Mountain West football for family of NBC networks since 2011.

Called US Army All American Bowl on NBC each January since 2012. The Nation’s premiere high school all star game always features multiple Notre Dame recruits.

Play by play for Atlantic 10 basketball last 3 years as well.

NBC Olympics play by play

Water Polo 2016 Rio Summer Olympics

Ski Jumping 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

He called the Bayou Classic in New Orleans in 2011 and 2012, on NBC. Additionally, he calls the annual U.S. Army All-American Bowl, also on NBC.

His work at NBC has gone beyond football, providing play by play for Mountain West Conference basketball in 2012 and 2013, hosting on site MLS coverage in 2012, hosting Madden NFL 2012 Kickoff on NBC, and he hosted Stanley Cup Finals inside hockey arena alongside Brian Boucher. Burmeister also lends his voice to NBC's track and field coverage as well as their PBC Boxing series.

Burmeister moved over to NBC Sports, full-time, from NBC Sports Network, in August 2014. In 2015, Burmeister Filled-in for Michele Tafoya during 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame Game on NBC Sports.


Reports for Football Night in America Sunday evenings in the fall, as well as NBC’s coverage of Stanley Cup Final

NFL Network, 2004-2014 Host and play by play

Hosted NFL Total Access, NFL Gameday Scoreboard, and Path to the Draft.

Play by play for Senior Bowl and East West Shrine Game.

NFL Preseason Play by play for Kansas City Chiefs broadcasts from 2012-2015, and Jacksonville Jaguars from 2007-2011.

NFL Network

In 10 seasons at NFL Network, Burmeister hosted NFL Total Access, NFL Gameday Scoreboard, Around the League Live, Path to the Draft, Playbook, College Football Scoreboard and College Football Now.

From 2007 to 2014, Burmeister served as lead anchor for NFL Network’s studio draft coverage. Each year he, Mike Mayock and Charles Davis kicked off the network's pre-draft coverage at The Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama in late January before moving on to the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis in February. Then each day from late February through the end of the draft, he hosted"Path to the Draft" live in Los Angeles.

His play-by-play duties at NFL Network included calling The Senior Bowl and East-West Shrine Game alongside Mike Mayock and Charles Davis from 2011 - 2014. He also called The Insight Bowl in 2008 and 2009 with Mayock, and served as lead Play by Play announcer for NFL Network's "Arena Football Friday" from 2010 - 2012.

NFL Preseason Football

From 2007 - 2011 Burmeister was the preseason play-by-play voice for the Jacksonville Jaguars, working alongside Tony Boselli.

After the stint with the Jaguars, and since 2012, he has been the preseason voice for the Kansas City Chiefs, working with Trent Green.


Just hosted NBC’s studio coverage of Tour de France for the 3rd year. Host TDF and NHL Live


Burmeister started his broadcasting career in August 1998 at KCRG-TV in Cedar Rapids, IA, working for 3 years as a reporter and sports anchor, as well as color commentator for KCRG Radio's high school football game of the week. In August 2001 he took over as Weekend Sports Director at NBC affiliate KWWL in Waterloo, Iowa.[3] For 3 years he anchored and reported, as well as hosted KWWL's Sunday night 30 minute show "Sports Plus."


Beginning in 2006, and for each of the last 8 years, Burmeister has hosted The 101 Awards in Kansas City, the nation's longest standing and only award banquet dedicated solely to the NFL. In 2012, he hosted The Bronko Nagurski Awards, given to the nation's top college football player, in Charlotte, NC.


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  2. ^ Tadych, Frank (February 23, 2008). "Wright hoping to get some attention at the combine". Retrieved 2012-02-25.
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