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Erin Andrews

Erin Andrews
Erin Andrews is a familiar face on the sidelines of college football games, as a sideline reporter for the ESPN College Football Satruday Telecast. She joined ESPN in 2004, according to their website, as a reporter covering the national hockey league. Her responsibilities have since grown at the network, and she now reports on Major League Baseball and the Big Ten basketball games. Andrews made headlines in July of 2009 when an unauthorized video of her nude surfaced on the internet.
Erin Andrews is a familiar face on the sidelines of college football games, as a sideline reporter for the ESPN College Football Satruday Telecast. She joined ESPN in 2004, according to their website, as a reporter covering the national hockey league. Her responsibilities have since grown at the network, and she now reports on Major League Baseball and the Big Ten basketball games. Andrews made headlines in July of 2009 when an unauthorized video of her nude surfaced on the internet. « Show less

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  • ‘Good Morning America’: Erin Andrews reports on stalking

     
    Erin Andrews starts her gig Thursday as a contributor to ABC's “Good Morning America.” Andrews, a victim of stalking, will look at that issue by talking to three other victims who want to raise awareness and push for tougher anti-stalking...
  • ESPN’s College GameDay kicks off season in Atlanta, Sept. 4

     
    ESPN's College GameDay kicks off season in Atlanta Sept. 4 ESPN's College GameDay will open the college football season in Atlanta for the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game Saturday, Sept. 4....
  • ESPN College GameDay to air from site of Stanford-Oregon game

     
    ESPN College GameDay to air from Eugene, Oregon ESPN's College GameDay will air live from Eugene, Ore., this Saturday for the No. 9 Stanford at No. 4 Oregon game....
  • ESPN reporter Jenn Brown named to Bishop Moore’s Hall of Fame

     
    ESPN reporter Jenn Brown will be inducted into the Bishop Moore High School Hall of Fame along with Minnesota Twins Drew Batera Thursday, Oct. 14. In just 29 years, she has amassed an impressive list of accomplishments....
  • Week 7 college football television schedule, ABC/ESPN

     
    Week 7 college football television schedule, ABC/ESPN The Buckeyes game between the Badgers isn't the only match-up to be feature on ESPN. Here is the complete Week 7 college football television schedule on the ABC/ESPN network....
  • Week 8 college football television schedule, ABC/ESPN

     
    Week 8 college football television schedule, ABC/ESPN ESPN's College GameDay show will originate from Columbia, Missouri Saturday for the match-up between No. 1 Oklahoma at No. 11 Missouri....
  • Week 9 college football television schedule, ABC/ESPN

     
    Week 9 college football television schedule, ABC/ESPN ESPN's College GameDay will originate from Los Angeles Saturday for the match-up between No. 2 Oregon at USC....
  • Week 10 college football TV schedule, ABC/ESPN

     
    Week 10 college football TV schedule, ABC/ESPN ESPN's College GameDay will be in broadcasting live from Salt Lake City, Utah Saturday at the site of the TCU-Utah game....
  • Familiar faces to announce BCS title game

     
    Familiar faces to announce BCS title game ESPN has chosen who will announce the BCS National Championship Game on January 10 in Glendale, Arizona....
  • ESPN, Jon Gruden create complicated Miami coverage

     
    ESPN often finds itself in uncharted celebrity journalism territory. The company's more visible talent pool is rife with former athletes and coaches who can provide unique perspective and insight. But things get a little sticky when the news providers...
  • A shiny new donkey for whoever brings me the giant head of Lee Corso

     
    A shiny new donkey for whoever brings me the giant head of Lee Corso Someone stole Lee Corso's head. Not his real head but the giant mascot head that ESPN GameDay uses on its set....