What's better than watching ESPN on a 60 inch flatscreen hi-def TV? Seeing Erin Andrews, Jenn Brown and Michelle Beadle come on.
Over the years, these sexy ladies have made listening to talking heads like Jim Rome and Colin Cowherd worth every second. They've kept us glued to blow-out college football and basketball games until the very end, just to see every possible second of them.
So, the question is: who is the sexiest of them all?
Erin has served as a Jackie-of-all-trades since 1st coming to ESPN 7 years ago. She's reported for NHL, College Football, College Basketball, College Baseball, the Great Outdoor Games and was named host of the 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM "College Gameday" on ESPNU in late 2010.
On July 8th, 2009, while reporting for ESPN's Wednesday Night Baseball, Andrews was struck on the chin by a foul ball hit by Alex Cora of the Mets, but thankfully for every single red-blooded American male, suffered no serious injuries.
Jenn joined ESPN in February 2010 as a reporter for College GameDay, co-host of ESPNU’s Road Trip, and a Los Angeles-based bureau reporter.
In those roles, Brown serves as feature reporter for both football and basketball College GameDay programs, hosts ESPNU’s Road Trip which covers the biggest college football and basketball rivalry games, and contributes reports and interviews for ESPN’s news-gathering operation. She had previously served as a freelance correspondent for ESPN since 2006.
Brown currently lives in Manhattan Beach, California
Michelle Beadle was one of the last people out of 142 to audition for Sportsnation. ESPN called her back and asked her to write about what she would do to make the show better. Thinking it was a joke, she wrote "a sarcastic list of 10 stupid things," which helped her land the job.
Beadle joined ESPN on June 1, 2009 as co-host with Colin Cowherd of Sportsnation which premiered on ESPN2 on July 6, 2009. She was later named the co-host of Winners Bracket on ABC with Marcellus Wiley, which premiered April 3, 2010. The show is part of ESPN Sports Saturday, a two-hour block of sports programming.
She has also served as a guest host on Mike and Mike in the Morning.
Erin Andrews gets all the glory based on her seniority at ESPN, and her widespread fame outside of ESPN, such as appearing on "Dancing with the Stars," but Brown is the overall hottest woman at ESPN.
Jenn Brown has only been at ESPN for 18 months, but is already taking every viewer's heart by storm.
Once Brown has worked at ESPN as long as Andrews has, Brown will be one of the hottest women on television, not just ESPN.