Glenn Parker is the lead college football game analyst for the new Pac-12 Network. Glenn also serves as a studio analyst for various programming, and does his own Monday segment called “Pigskin with Parker”.

Glenn also serves as a pre-game and post-game analyst on the Arizona Cardinals radio broadcasts. He also currently hosts a daily radio show called “In the House” on 1290AM The Source in Tucson, Arizona.

Previously, Glenn  served as a college football game analyst for Versus’ Pac 12 package and served as a studio analyst for select Saturday college football studio shows on Versus. Prior to joining the Cardinals radio team, Glenn was a major contributor on Fox Sports Arizona’s various studio shows including the Arizona Cardinals post game show and “Sound Off.” Glenn also served as a freelance reporter for NBC Sports’ NFL Sunday Night show in 2006. From 2004 – 2006, Glenn was the studio analyst for NBC Sports’ coverage of the Arena Football League, sitting alongside Al Trautwig.

In 2003 and 2004, Glenn served as a studio analyst for the NFL Network’s Playbook Show. He also worked the 2004 Olympics for NBC as the weightlifting analyst and feature reporter. His broadcasting duties have also included appearances on Fox Sports Net’s coverage of NFL Europe and ESPN’s NFL 2Nite. Glenn has also appeared on The Food Network.

Glenn was a versatile, experienced, playoff-tested offensive lineman who started games at every offensive line position except center in his 12-year NFL career. With the Buffalo Bills, Glenn became one of only four NFL players to reach the Super Bowl in each of his first four seasons. In total, Parker played in five Super Bowls. He was a major factor in the Giants’ Super Bowl run in 2000. Glenn also played for the Kansas City Chiefs for three years.

Glenn graduated from the University of Arizona.

Glenn attended Edison High School in Huntington Beach, Calif., but did not compete in athletics. He grew up as a self-proclaimed “beach bum.” He enjoys Harley-Davidson motorcycles and is an avid cook who had a recipe appear in The NFL Family Cookbook, released by NFL Publishing in 1997. Glenn originally became interested in culinary pursuits in Buffalo where he was shown the ropes by chef Daniel Johensen, owner of Daniel’s in Hamburg, N.Y. Glenn lives in Arizona with his wife Casey and their four children.