College Basketball Analyst
Bryndon Manzer, former Oklahoma State standout guard, joined ESPN in 2002, where he primarily covers Big 12 men’s college basketball games and providing studio analysis.
Manzer appears on the Big 12 This Week show on ESPNU and was previously a Big 12 Network analyst, handling pre-game, halftime and postgame television assignments.
He has also been a financial advisor at Securian Advisors MidAmerica Inc. since 2002.
After his college career, Manzer joined the St. Gregory’s University men’s basketball staff in 1995 as an assistant coach. In 1996, he took over as the head women’s basketball coach there and then the next year moved on to become the men’s head basketball coach at St. Gregory’s. Manzer led the St. Gregory’s Cavaliers to its first 20-win season in 2000 and also led his teams to even greater academic achievements, as they had a 100 percent graduation rate during his time as head coach.
Manzer played two years at what was then St. Gregory’s Junior College, where he was the NJCAA Region II leading scorer and earned his associate’s degree. He then transferred to play for legendary coach Eddie Sutton at Oklahoma State University, where he graduated with a bachelor’s of science degree in marketing in 1994.
A native of Stillwater, Ok., Manzer left Oklahoma State as the all-time 3-point field goal percentage leader and was also the Sooner Athletic Conference Coach of the Year.