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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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  • Would you vote for James for Senate?

    No love lost in Texas
  • Erin Andrews video a peephole to public

    Erin Andrews video a peephole to public
    The Internet has opened up some creepy windows of virtual voyeurism. The peep show has gone from your neighbor's bathroom window to a boundless landscape of instant access. This isn't about a stereotypical pervert with the trench coat and freaky tastes....

    Attorney for Erin Andrews criticizes management at hotel

    The attorney for ESPN reporter Erin Andrews criticized management at a hotel where prosecutors allege a Westmont, Ill., man altered a peephole to take nude videos of the journalist, saying Sunday that not only was the man booked in a room next to Andrews'...

    After Ray Rice, will women forgive the NFL?

    After Ray Rice, will women forgive the NFL?
    Pittsburgh native Julia Garrity, 28, has long been a diehard Steelers fan. Even after moving to Washington, she attends five home games a year and has accumulated hundreds of dollars worth of Steelers jerseys, bottle openers and flip-flops. But...

    In the Wake of the Web: Haugh on Castro, Conte, Notre Dame-Michigan

    In the Wake of the Web: Haugh on Castro, Conte, Notre Dame-Michigan
    For openers… Speculation about Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro’s future practically began before the swelling in his left ankle subsided. Castro likely will miss the rest of the season after suffering a high ankle sprain Tuesday...