Two weeks prior, as a sideline reporter during the 2011 Rose Bowl, Andrews noted that Texas Christian University Horned Frogs football players were slipping on the turf because of the new Nike shoes they were wearing.Erin Andrews' intense court testimony continued on Tuesday, when she detailed the emotional damage she's endured since naked videos of her taken without her knowledge or consent hit the Internet in 2009. If you hate them…at least you know they have one admirable quality.The second most-talented member of ‘N Sync (after Joey Fatone) got a lot of attention for being a Packers fan when he showed up at Lambeau for a game several years ago.The women who have become stars in the industry have two things in common: a passion for sports and a high tolerance for belligerence. "I always tell the young women coming up, ' You can have a long career, but you better have a tough skin.' " PHOTOS: 26 of Hollywood's Most Popular Athletes-Turned-Actors ERIN ANDREWS Host, (Fox Sports 1) I came along right when the Internet was blowing up, right when the sports blogs started.Dozens of people thought this was a thinly-veiled allusion to her potential engagement to the NHL star, her boyfriend of four years. ''I have no idea what tomorrow will bring,' Andrews told US Magazine a few months later, as she reflected on her relationship with Stoll.
No matter where you go in America you are going to find Green Bay Packers fans. Los Angeles may seems like a strange place for fans of the Green and Gold to exist – but remember – the city hasn’t had its own NFL team in almost 20 years.
In high school, Andrews claimed that, as a tomboy, she did not have a lot of female friends, opting to hang out with the boys, finding it more enjoyable to discuss sports with them.
In 2000, Andrews was employed by Fox Sports Florida as a freelance reporter.
Today, every major cable and broadcast sports division has multiple female reporters and anchors on its roster.
But if they have cracked sports TV's glass ceiling -- Rhonda Glenn was the first woman to anchor ESPN's iconic franchise in 1981, and CBS Sports anchor Lesley Visser is the only woman enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame -- they still are a minority of the voices covering big-ticket TV sports: the NFL, MLB and NBA.