10. Mieke Buchan
Since her re-location to the United States from some far-and-away land, Buchan has continued to cover the world’s largest sports and entertainment events on networks including, but not limited to: ABC, ESPN, Fox Sports Net, National Geographic, Encore, and the Tennis Channel. Buchan has co-hosted the last five Super Bowl broadcasts from the field.
9. Lindsay Czarniak
O.K. so there are obviously question as to if NASCAR is actually a sport. And I have an answer. A sport, to me, includes mental and physical strength, a diverse plan of attack and, well, gorgeous women. So with the conditions drivers deal with week in and week out (dehydration and death even=physical), deciding how far their car can travel, on both a certain amount of fuel and the last time the tires were changed (=mental) and sexy Lindsay reporting from the garages at tracks across the country, NASCAR is definitely a sport.
8. Lindsey Soto
Lindsey seems to do it all. She has done assignments which have included: Sideline reporter for USC/UCLA football games, the Los Angeles Avengers, the Los Angeles Sparks, host of Southern California Sports Report, host of L.A. Times High School Spotlight and host of USC Sports Magazine Show, among other programs. Could she possibly be more busy?
7. Ashley Russell
Ashley hosts Rivals.com, "Rivals Minute" and talks for more than two minutes each time. I don't really understand why the show is called "Rivals Minute". Any-who, she makes this list because of her sporting knowledge and her love for.....love for Notre Dame? (TTCS side: Freddy does not, nor will he ever, like Notre Dame.)
6. Sarah Kustok
Chicago's own went to Carl Sandburg High School and DePaul University to shoot hoops and now reports for Comcast News. Besides all that, she is pretty good lookin'. If you couldn't tell, she's my Chicago link this week.
5. Jillian Barberie
I’m not sure if I can really call her a sideline hottie, though she’s undeniably a hottie, (in a dirty girl sort of way) but because of fear that she'd come to Chicago and whoop my ass. But in a way that even I don't understand, I might kinda enjoy it. Jillian used to do the weather before kickoffs on Fox NFL Sundays before the games.
4. Erin Bates
Erin joined SPEED’s AMA Supercross broadcast team for the 2006-07 season as a pit reporter. Her life in motorcycle racing began as a trophy girl for the International Freestyle Motocross Association but quickly moved behind a microphone and became a co-host for the FMX tour. Since 2003, she has been a live announcer for Supercross and a pit reporter for AMA Supermoto and AMA Motocross. If you need to know what the AMA Supercross, I.F.M.A or the FMX Tour are, look it up on the net, I don't know either.
3. Ines Sainz
Seriously, how many sport reporters get interviewed by other sport reporters at a sporting event? Sainz handles sideline soccer duties at TV Azteca for the masses any chance she has. It seems that most people, both men and women, who have posted anything about her on the web have come to the same conclusion: smoking hot body, greatest bum in the world, but her face ain't too good. I'm sorry previous posters, Freddy the Mercenary does not agree with your outlandish remarks. Here is the reasoning behind the two pic's of my #3: According to rightpundits.com, "It takes Ines Sainz 3 hours to prep for a game: 6 minutes studying news reports and 2 hours, 54 minutes squeezing her ass into those jeans." 'Nuff said?
2. Leeann Tweeden
Tweeden-works for FoxSports.net and is a regular contributor to their Best Damn Sports Show Period. She works the sidelines at games, dates athletes and visits the troops overseas. In a few words, this woman is awesome. She has modeled for promotional work for Hooters and Venus International along with Frederick’s of Hollywood and Playboy. She currently works as the co-host of FoxSports "Mansionpoker.net Poker Dome Challenge". Again with the questions, is poker really a sport? See #9.
1. Erin Andrews
For a woman who has been so obviously busy in the world of sports, where the hell have I been?Hearing of Andrews, 29, as the "bee's knee's" of women in the sports reporting world, and having absolutely no clue who she was, made me question myself as both a journalist, and a man. I now understand why my fellow TTCS posters and three-quarters of the other guys we work with voted her #1. How pitiful was I to have never noticed this brilliant beauty on the sidelines? I didn't even know that Playboy magazine, in 2007, named her their own Sexiest Sports Reporter of the year. Sorry for being ignorant of your being Erin. She has covered games for the NHL, MLB, ESPN College Football Saturday, Saturday Primetime college basketball and the Great Outdoor Games. And she looks damn good in orange, if I do say so myself.