"What fits is that it is one of the biggest leagues in the world and people care about it."
"We’re hitting a point where, ‘Do the broadcast channels make sense?'"
“I think there are still the same kind of nerves. I really think there always will be as long as I am lucky enough to do...
McManus says tagging along with his legendary father, Jim McKay, helped build his excitement for the industry.
"They’re involved financially and very supportive, so it worked out for us."
“It was, to say the least, a terrible day at ESPN."
"The year I left coaching at Providence, they decided to put Providence women’s college basketball on radio. That was literally my first foray into this business."
"They knew, they anticipated this. That’s a credit to them, the people in charge there. But it has not gotten better.”
"I think it's even more evident it's not gonna happen. These places aren't gonna spend big money on the Pac-12."
"I didn't know baseball at all to be hosting a desk. I didn't have the tools to host at that time. I didn't have the confidence."