Erin Andrews has gone from ESPN sideline star to Dancing with the Stars to making the move to a studio host on FOX. So who’s next to fill her beautiful and talented shoes? Here’s a look at our ten top candidates to become the new favorite of sports guys everywhere.
Melanie Collins has been a host and reporter for NBA-TV, The Big Ten Network, E! News Now, Nascar.com, and PGA.com, among others. Currently, she's the studio host for Total College Sports TV. We highly recommend checking out the photo gallery on her website.
She is already with ESPN and is a Florida grad like Andrews. Brown is the definite favorite here with her work on College GameDay.
McKeeman now works for the Tampa Bay Rays broadcast but has been a recruiting reporter for FOX Sports/Scout.com. She is also Miss Pinellas County 2012.
The former Red Sox sideline reporter will work for the Lakers in 2012-13. She is also the cousin of professional golfer Nick Watney.
The New England native replaced Watney on the Red Sox sideline, and she has previously worked on NFL broadcasts.
She is currently at ESPN and is a co-host of SportsNation. The west coast native has previously done sideline work on NFL and college games.
She is currently a SportsCenter anchor at ESPN and has previously worked in NASCAR and the Olympics.
She is a radio host in Alabama and has worked previously for Fox Sports and Scout.com. The SEC seems to always win in the football world.
She will work the sidelines on ESPN’s Thursday night broadcasts this fall, as well as appearing on the Longhorn Network.
She may be a wild card, but Sterger fired up college football fans – and especially Brent Musberger – as a Florida State front row fan. Sterger has previously worked on the sidelines for the New York Jets, where she also fired up Brett Favre.
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