As of 2006, Kenny appears in commercials for Progressive auto insurance.
Kenny Mayne was the college teammate of famous NFL QB Randall Cunningham.
Kenny Mayne's wife's name is Laura.
Kenny Mayne hosted "SportSmash" on ESPN2.
Kenny Mayne signed as a free agent QB with the Seattle Seahawks in 1982.
Kenny Mayne worked for the KSTW TV station in the Tacoma/Seattle market from 1982-89.
Kenny Mayne served as a freelance reporter and field producer for ESPN from 1990-1994, before he was hired by them full time.
Kenny Mayne provides the "The Mayne Event" segments to Sunday NFL Countdown.
Kenny Mayne hosts ESPN's horse racing coverage.
Kenny Mayne has hosted such shows as SportsCenter, RPM 2Night and the game show 2-Minute Drill on ESPN.
Kenny Mayne currently resides in Connecticut.
Kenny Mayne began his career on television at KLVX-TV (a PBS affiliate) in Las Vegas as a reporter in 1982.
Kenny Mayne was an honorable mention junior college All-American quarterback in 1978.
Kenny Mayne attended Wenatchee Valley Community College (Wenatchee, Washington).
Kenny Mayne graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in broadcasting.
Kenny Mayne joined ESPN in 1994.
Kenny Mayne attended UNLV.
Kenny Mayne: I had worked as a garbageman in Seattle during college and when I left local television in 1990, I called my old boss but the industry had passed me by. They had switched to one-person trucks, so I took a position assembling the garbage cans.
Kenny Mayne: (about work freelance for ESPN) I only pursued one full-time television job - ESPN. I had the ESPN 800-number and called all the time with story ideas. I guess they finally decided it was less expensive to hire me than to keep paying for my phone calls.
Kenny Mayne: (on what player name is most difficult to pronounce) Many hockey players, but once you get them right, then it's like in school when you look up a word you remember it, it's like that. I don't want to look like an idiot out there. So they're so many foreign names with five syllables that are difficult, so I'd say hockey.
Kenny Mayne: (on who is the best athlete among SportsCenter anchors) I'm thinking. It depends on the sport. I can throw footballs better than anybody. Dan Patrick played college basketball so he had to be good at that. Stuart [Scott] is a good all-around athlete. Karl Ravech, [John] Buccigross - those guys are great golfers. It really depends on which sport you're talking about.