A native of Kent, Wash., Myane was an honorable mention junior college All-American quarterback before attending the University of Nevada in 1982 where he got a degree in Broadcasting. While there he played football for two years before signing as a free agent with the Seattle Seahawks.
Mayne began his television career at KLVX-TV (a PBS affiliate) in Las Vegas Nevada. From 1982 (upon leaving college) until 1990 Mayne worked at local stations before serving as a freelance reporter and field producer for ESPN from 1990 to 1994.
He has served a variety of roles in more than 10 years with ESPN, hosting such divergent shows as SportsCenter, RPM 2Night, and 2 Minute Drill. He currently provides features to SportsCenter and The Mayne Event, segments to Sunday NFL Countdown, as well as hosting ESPN's horse racing coverage.
Mayne is married and lives in Connecticut.