It’s tough enough being a hot chick on the sidelines of football games filled with randy men with overactive hormones, but try being one who has already posed in FHM and Maxim, and see what kind of reaction you get then! Well ESPN’s Jill Arrington qualifies for all of that, with much-derided appearances in FHM and Maxim to her credit.
While her male colleagues seem to frown on that, we applaud her for it.
Shut the frag up, male colleagues.
Here’s her bio from Wikipedia:
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Jill Arrington (born Tiffany Arrington on July 27, 1972 in Conyers, Georgia) was a college football sideline reporter for ESPN during the 2004 season. She left ESPN after that season for personal reasons.
Arrington is a 1994 graduate of the University of Miami, where she was a member of the university’s tennis team, was selected as the university’s Orange Bowl princess and joined Delta Gamma sorority.
Prior to joining ESPN, Arrington covered college and professional football for CBS and Fox Broadcasting Company.
She is also noted for her good looks. In 2001, Arrington was voted the sexiest sportscaster by Playboy. She was ranked #48 on the Maxim Hot 100 Women of 2002 and #70 on the FHM 100 Sexiest Women of 2003.
She has been featured in commercials for Coors beer, and played Deion Sanders’ wife in Nike’s “Briscoe High” commercials.
During an interview with University of Georgia coach Mark Richt in 2002, Arrington pronounced Georgia defensive end David Pollack’s last name (pronounced POL-ak) as if it were a slur directed at the Polish. It was hilarious. Critics have often cited the incident as an example that sideline reporting adds little to games.
She is the daughter of Mary Jane Odum and former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Rick Arrington, and resides in Beverly Hills, California. She’s also the aunt of Dakota and Elle Fanning.