"It didn’t feel like, ‘I’m going to predict the play here.’ It felt like you were talking about the game that you were seeing and you’re trying to let the viewer know something that could be neat to look out for."
Arians said he had a great experience calling the Philadelphia high school football championships in 1988. "I went down and moms are crying, and I'm interviewing the moms on the field. I said, 'You guys get paid to do this s---? This is fun.' It's always been in the back of my mind."