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Top Five Hottest Female Sideline Reporters

TAMPA, FL - OCTOBER 2: ESPN commentator Erin Andrews reports as the Pittsburgh Panthers upset the University of South Florida Bulls at Raymond James Stadium on October 2, 2008 in Tampa, Florida.  (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)
Bare KnucksAnalyst IApril 19, 2009

I have considered doing this piece several times after seeing Erin Andrews on the sidelines of numerous sporting events. That woman is gorgeous, but it always gets me thinking: If I were to make a list of the top five female reporters based on looks—I mean, how else can you rank them—how would it look?

Using all sports, and basing solely on appearances alone, here is my list:

 

5. Rachel Nichols

OK, this one is on here for personal reasons. I don’t know what it is about this woman, but she is sexy. The red hair might have something to do with it, but I think it is more along the lines of the fact that I think she might be...well, easy.

I won’t be surprised when a story comes out titled, “Rachel Nichols impregnated by the NFC North.”

 

4. Bonnie Bernstein

Another beauty here. She’s a New Yorker with a banging body. More importantly, this woman is a four-time Academic All-American in gymnastics. Not much more has to be said. I mean, consider the possibilities. I might have trouble finishing this article just doing so.

 

3. Heidi Watney

She loves baseball, but more importantly, she loves the Red Sox. If you happen to be a Red Sox fan, you should be familiar with her from your local broadcasts on NESN. If you’re not a member of Red Sox Nation, then your welcome for introducing you to this gorgeous blonde.

She is one of the few reporters on this list who actually knows her sports. That always gets you extra points in my book.

 

[Find out No. 1 and No. 2 here...]

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