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Talent Profile - Rich Cellini, Play-by-Play Announcer/Sideline Reporter, Sports USA Radio Network

Athens, GA (Dec 14, 2007) - Rich Cellini is a Play-By-Play Announcer and Sideline Reporter for Sports USA Radio Network. He also has a doctorate degree. There is only one other Play-By-Play man that I know has a Ph.D., and that is Dick Enberg, who has his in Botany. This is his profile as published by the network.

Rich Cellini joined the Sports USA Radio Network in 2005 as a play-by-play announcer and sideline reporter. His broadcasting resume includes play-by-play coverage of college football for Fox Sports Net, ABC Sports and CSTV. He has also covered NFL Europe and worked for NFL on Fox as a sideline reporter. For the past three seasons Cellini has been the television voice of the Nevada Wolfpack.

In addition to his on-air work, Cellini is a professor in the Master's Program in Sport Management at the University of San Francisco, teaching in the areas of Leadership and Critical Thinking. He also oversees the internship program. Cellini received a Doctorate of Philosophy in Sports Administration from the University of New Mexico in 1997. In 1994, he received a Master of Arts degree in Mass Communication from Fresno State, where two years earlier he had received a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication.

Originally from Pine Grove, California, the 36-year-old Cellini now resides in San Francisco.

Photograph Courtesy of Sports USA Radio Network.

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