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Female Sportcasters: Not Just Hot Women Talking Sports

Female Sportcasters: Not Just Hot Women Talking Sports

One of the most visible ladies has been in the news for the wrong reasons lately—ESPN reporter, Erin Andrews. Next up is Bonnie Bernstein, the first sportcaster to cover the Superbowl for both network TV and radio syndication. Also, Lisa Guerrero. The LA Times named her “the hardest working sports reporter.” These ladies are just a few of the many women to watch in televised sports!

There really is something wrong with you if you don’t like sports, especially this time of year. What’s that? Too many guys playing grab-ass on the grass, dirt or ice? How about hot women talking sports from the sidelines or rolling off your fantasy stats behind a mic--will that change your mind?

If you haven’t noticed, there are quite a few ladies talking sports and when you get a look at them, I bet you’ll listen.

One of the most visible ladies has been in the news for the wrong reasons lately—ESPN reporter, Erin Andrews. You’ll see her at college football games, but she also reports for the NHL, college football, basketball, and baseball. Unfortunately, she’s had a hard time with male creeps looking through peep holes at her while dressing.

Try dating women, Erin. We lesbians would never pull that kind of stunt and promise to make you pancakes in the morning.

Next up is Bonnie Bernstein. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Maryland. That fact was just to remind us that these women have the smarts as well as the looks. I think I’m getting jealous…

Bonnie has worked for CBS and ESPN and has covered five superbowls. She holds the distinction of being the first sportscaster--man or woman--to cover the big game for both network television and radio syndication.

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Next meet Lisa Guerrero. The LA Times named her “the hardest working sports reporter.” Lisa’s still hot enough to pose for Playboy at 41 and still loving sports by writing a blog for the LA Times once in a while.

The list goes on and on: Michelle Beadle is the current co-host of ESPN2’s Sports Nation and a blond bombshell. Hannah Storm has been the queen of sportscasting since CNN Sports Tonight back in the ‘90s. Hazel Mae will soon be the new face of the MLB network—thank goodness for that! 

I’m out of room and there are so many more. You’ll just have to watch sports and see them for yourself. My favorite? Let’s just say I always love a nice buffet to go with my sporting events.

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Helen Wortham