Who’s the new hottie you saw on Sunday Night football this past NFL season. That fresh face is NBC Sports Carolyn Manno, who recently joined the network and covered the Olympics. In addition to Football Night in America, she currently works for Comcast Sports Net Boston. She also covered the aircraft carrier college basketball game between Ohio State and Florida.
Carolyn Manno joined the NBCUniversal family in August of 2009 and will be making her Olympic debut at the 2012 Olympic Games in London as a sports desk anchor and reporter. She currently works as an anchor/reporter for Comcast SportsNet New England and as a contributor to csnne.com. While in Boston, Carolyn covered Super Bowl, Stanley Cup and NBA Finals appearances by the New England Patriots, Boston Bruins and Celtics, in addition to the most epic collapse in Red Sox history in September 2011.
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She cut her teeth doing hockey, football, and basketball reporting in Boston, and her non-NFL gigs have included MLS and whatever you would call professional skateboarding. As part of her new agreement, Manno serves as a reporter on NBC’s acclaimed NFL studio show, Football Night in America, as well as on NBC and NBC Sports Group coverage of college football and basketball. Additionally, she will be a host on NBC Sports Group’s MLS coverage, and SportsDesk updates, and will serve as a correspondent for NBC Sports Group’s action sports coverage, including the Dew Tour. Manno will also have a role in the new NBC Sports Radio Network as well as a role with NBC’s coverage of the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games.
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