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FILE - In this Nov. 5, 2017, file photo, CBS football analyst Tony Romo walks across the field during warm ups before an NFL football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Dallas Cowboys, in Arlington, Texas. Romo is finally in the Super Bowl. After being unable to lead Dallas to the big game, Romo will call the game for CBS in his second season in the booth. But just like Jared Goff and Tom Brady, Romo is coming in with plenty of momentum after his call of the AFC Championship game _ where he predicted many of New England’s plays and tendencies _ drew universal accolades. (AP Photo/Michael Ainsworth, File)
FILE - In this Nov. 5, 2017, file photo, CBS football analyst Tony Romo walks across the field during warm ups before an NFL football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Dallas Cowboys, in Arlington, Texas. Romo is finally in the Super Bowl. After being unable to lead Dallas to the big game, Romo will call the game for CBS in his second season in the booth. But just like Jared Goff and Tom Brady, Romo is coming in with plenty of momentum after his call of the AFC Championship game _ where he predicted many of New England’s plays and tendencies _ drew universal accolades. (AP Photo/Michael Ainsworth, File)|Associated Press
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The Monday Quickie Quiz: Super Bowl

Play-by-Play Announcers

Bob Vetrone

Bob Vetrone

Q: Former Dallas Cowboy Tony Romo will be joining Jim Nantz in the CBS booth for Super Bowl LIII. Who was the last play-by-play announcer for a Super Bowl not named Nantz, Michaels or Buck?

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Q: The last time that neither Jim Nantz, Al Michaels nor Joe Buck were the lead play-by-play announcer for the Super Bowl was Feb. 1, 2004, when Greg Gumbel had the lead microphone honors for CBS in Super Bowl XXXVIII.