Constantly there's a credibility issue; you're judged on how you look. If you look good, people assume you aren't credible. It's a battle you'll always fight if you're on TV and a female.
You mean the fact that Tom Arnold would spend more time with the hair and makeup people than I would?
I'm comfortable with my femininity, and I don't try to change what I look like just because I'm reporting on football at the end of the night.
In terms of broadcasting, you have to make decisions about where you want to spend your time.
I love color and I love to dress like a woman.
I'm looking forward to talking to Bill Parcells, too, and to seeing how that marriage with Jerry Jones goes.
No, one of the great things about my three-year deal is that it's year-round. They've offered me an opportunity to cover a lot of things in the offseason, too.
We're starting to push the envelope in terms of the expectations, and you can also have your own style, personality and sense of humor, because now we're allowed to.
I've always been the only girl in those environments. It's comfortable for me - I prefer it, actually.
I'm proud of what I look like. I'm proud that I look like my mom.
My mom died when I was 8.
I've always been around dudes and sports.
In the morning, I reach for the sports page.
On my morning run, I listen to sports talk radio.
I grew up watching Monday Night Football with Howard Cosell and the other guys with my dad.