danny mcmanus

does anyone know when danny mac's first commentating game will be?

He's already had it.

Oh, you mean of the 2007 season. :slight_smile: Dunno.

From TSN's website:

[i]TSN kicks off its 2007 CFL campaign with a 1-hour CFL on TSN: 2007 Preview Show, Wednesday at 7pm et/4pm pt.

Anchored by the Wendy's CFL on TSN studio panel of Dave Randorf, Chris Schultz, Matt Dunigan and Jock Climie, the Preview Show examines the big question marks facing each team as they head into the 2007 season, which gets underway Thursday.

In Toronto, Chris Cuthbert and Glen Suitor join the panel from Rogers Centre, where the Argos host the Lions in the 2007 CFL season opener (Thursday on TSN, TSN HD and TSN Broadband). Cuthbert and Suitor will address Toronto's log-jam at quarterback. Augmenting the Argos' QB discussion, Brian Williams goes one-on-one with Allen in an in-depth, sit-down interview. The two will discuss how Allen felt coming to training camp without a guaranteed starter's job. The 43-year-old Allen, who is Pro Football's all-time leading passer and one of the TSN Top 50 CFL Players of the modern era, will also talk about what keeps him motivated despite having already accomplished so much over his illustrious career.

The CFL on TSN's newest game analyst, Danny McManus, will also be on location, at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton. The 3-time Grey Cup champion will join the panel and provide his thoughts on all of the Eskimos' personnel changes and what Calgary needs to do in order to bounce back after a pair of heartbreaking playoff losses the past two seasons.
At the end of the Preview Show, TSN's five players-turned-analysts (Suitor, McManus, Schultz, Dunigan and Climie) put it all on the line as they disclose their predictions for which teams will win the East and West Divisions and the Grey Cup.

The 2007 CFL season gets underway on Thursday with an opening night doubleheader on TSN and TSN Broadband, featuring B.C. @ Toronto at 6:30pm et/3:30pm pt (also on TSN HD) immediately followed by Winnipeg @ Edmonton. [/i]