I guess I can’t list Rachel Nichols under the ESPN Hotties category anymore. The reporter has ditched the sports network to host a a weekend sports program for news network CNN, who are apparently branching out into sports now. What, news isn’t profitable anymore?Share on Facebook
I saw the lovely Jessica Mendoza doing the Minnesota-Texas Tech Bowl Game tonight, and thought she did a pretty good job with the interviews and all that other “side story” stuff they’re always forcing their sideline reporters to do. If her name sounds familiar, that’s because she’s a former pro softball player, but apparently this softball player can talk more than just softball/baseball.Share on Facebook
Every now and then I’ll catch blonde cutie Jaime Maggio on NFL Network co-hosting (or sometimes hosting alone) their fantasy football shows, which is apparently something a lot of people do. Enough, anyway, that NFL Network and other sports channels have entire shows dedicated to it. Who knew?Share on Facebook
Not entirely sure what was the background behind this shot of Erin Andrews that showed up on GQ’s Facebook page, but is it me, or is a mud-covered Erin Andrews somehow … hotter? And on another note, I now find Fox Sports’ college football coverage on Saturdays a lot more must-see. I don’t know why that is, though…Share on Facebook
Well not really, but she’s definitely a hottie and she’s on the sidelines of last weekend’s Jets-Dolphins game, so it makes perfect sense. Although considering what happened to the Jets in the game, maybe she should have picked a better weekend.Share on Facebook
Caught blonde sideline reporter Laura McKeeman all bundled up (but still looking very fetching) during the Baylor-Iowa St. game today. The next Erin Andrews? Maybe, but we’ve been saying this gal and that gal is the “next Erin Andrews” for a while now, and so far, there’s still only just the one. But let’s find out more about this latest candidate, shall we?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
Apparently SportsNation’s Charissa Thompson is uber flexible. Which makes sense. She used to play sports, right? Even so, the way she threw out this split for the SportsNation audience was kinda, well, impressive. See for yourself.Share on Facebook
You can never go wrong with a young, blonde sideline reporter, and NBC Sports has figured this out with Carolyn Manno doing the sideline work for them during post-game segments on Sunday Night Football. I first caught her doing post-work on the Steelers-Jets game earlier today.