Leeann Tweeden used to do reporting for poker shows (I’m not sure if she still does that), but I recently saw some ads for her on UFC Tonight, which I take it is a news/entertainment show devoted entirely to the UFC and MMA fighting. Here’s what the show offers.Share on Facebook
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I’m sure I have Speed Channel on my Dish subscription … somewhere. Not sure where, though, since I’m not much of a car guy, or into speeding. I’m usually the slow guy who refuses to go any faster than 5 miles over the speed limit on the road because getting to that red light just a few seconds earlier isn’t on my list of priorities. That, of course, doesn’t mean I can’t appreciate the Speed Channel’s reporters, especially blonde lovelies like Kaitlyn Vincie.Share on Facebook
Following in the footsteps of ESPN, looks like Fox Sports is stocking up on the cute sideline reporters, too. The latest pretty face to cross my screen during a game of college football is one Julie Alexandria, who I spotted doing sideline duties for Fox’s Oklahoma-Kansas State game.
Besides her new gig on Fox Sports, Erin Andrews is also a pitchwoman for Degree Women. I don’t know what Degree Women sells, but apparently it’s some kind of deodorant. For women. I guess. The important thing to take away from all this is that Erin Andrews apparently does stretching exercises in a studio all by herself before each and every sports interview.Share on Facebook
Well, looks like ESPN just lost a pretty good reason to tune in to “College GameDay” on Saturday mornings. God knows I never tuned in to watch Desmond Howard stuttering his way through two hours of show. Erin Andrews, who has been with the network since 2004, is saying adios and moving to greener pastures.
Wait, so she’s a sports sideline reporter who used to be a college cheerleader and homecoming queen at LSU, and she’s a published author? Not just that, but she’s already working on her second book? Now THAT is a new one. Then again, except for a few exceptions, most sideline reporters I’ve seen on TV have been pretty quick on their feet, so I guess I shouldn’t be too surprise a sideline hottie like Louisiana’s Jennifer Hale can do all those things, and do them well. Plus, she looks really good in those jeans, too. Now that’s real talent!Share on Facebook
So I’m getting ready for an NFL game today on FOX and they cut to the studio where Rebecca Grant is telling me how to get my football on Verizon phone. The first thing you notice about Rebecca Grant is that, well, she’s a lot more glamorous than your average Sideline Hottie. Turns out, there’s a reason for that: she’s a glamour model turned sportscaster. Sort of.
One of our readers said this about Lyndsay Petruny: “She was LITERALLY the talk of the school whenever football/basketball games were being covered though because every guy was like, oh what I would do to get with her? She just has a certain mystique about her that we guys couldn’t get enough of.” Hmm, mystique, eh? Let’s see for ourselves, shall we?
Reader CW sent me this picture of a sideline reporter he took with a Nikon at a (I think) baseball game, but he has no idea who she is. Anyone have a clue? Help our man CW out. I’ve sent CW an email for more info — i.e. where he took it, etc, to narrow the clues. For now, take a look at the pics. What a nice smile. P.S. It appears she’s an FSN reporter by the mic logo.
So who is Wisconsin FoxSportsNet reporter Trenni Kusnierek? I don’t know, but she seems to be very popular, as I got three emails from readers on the same day, all recommending the lovely Miss Kusnerik as a new addition to our site. And hey, three emails are three more than I usually get a month, so of course I’m adding her. That, and Miss Kusnerik is quite the dish.