For any TV network broadcasting the super bowl, the level of commitment is enormous.
In this case, CBS sports will use over 60 cameras--and the man who will be the face of the coverage is veteran play-by-play man Jim Nantz.
"I always envision when I'm doing the game, that it's being watched at a party or a Party atmosphere, a group setting," Nantz said. "They're not listening to us. I'm excited, it's my 5th Overall. It's great to be entrusted with it."
Nantz, working alongside analyst Phil Simms, like the players, has had enough of the hype.
I'm ready to go right now," he said. "I've read up on both teams, I've done a number of Ravens
Games, we're ready."
With all of the fancy technology, the bells and whistles, The premise for Jim Nantz is a simple one.
A lot of the time, the key is to let the picture speak," he said. "I dial it back for the Super Bowl. The people are watching to watch the game."