Heather Cox

Heather Cox

Okay, okay, so I know I put the wrong Heather Cox here in the beginning. I knew it was the wrong person, I just never got around to fixing it, and thanks for all the emails telling me what a dope I was for getting the two similarly named persons mixed up. Anyways, here’s the correct bio for the correct Heather Cox — i.e. the ESPN reporter, not the American Idol loser. In my own defense, I’m not the only person who mixed up the two, and in fact the confusion still continues!

From Wikipedia:

Heather Cox is a sideline reporter for WNBA, college basketball and college football games on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC. Played college volleyball at University of the Pacific. She is also a frequent guest of the 25 minute show.

Not much there. But oh well, you came here for the pictures, didn’t you? Well there’s only one good one, below, and a video.

Heather Cox

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  • Canucks Fan

    I bet HC didn’t know that Walt Disney, who’s Disney company owns her employer, ESPN/ABC was keen to develop new technologies for attractions, so he teamed with UNICEF to create a ride saluting kids of all nations for the 1964 New York City World’s Fair. Initially, he couldn’t find the right music to pipe into the water-filled rooms, where mechanical dolls dance as audiences pass by in boats. Songwriter Richard M. Sherman, 85, recalls that kids were recorded singing various national anthems, but “it was cacophony-a mess.” Solution? He and brother Robert (who also wrote the songs for “Mary Poppins”) crafted the catchy ditty that debuted 50 years ago this Tuesday(4/22/14). “We kept it simple,” says Sherman. “The message was, ‘Let’s learn to live together.’” That’s how “It’s a Small World was created. This excerpt appeared in the 4/20/14 issue of Parade Magazine.

    • 12th Man

      4/22/14 is also Earth Day.

  • 12th Man

    ESP to get a Wild-Card Playoff game in the 2014-15 season.

  • 12th Man

    I meant ESPN.

  • 12th Man

    I meant ESPN to get an NFL Wild-Card playoff gam in 2014-15.

  • 12th Man

    ESPN to get an NFL playoff game in 2014-15.