Found May 17, 2012 on NESN.com:
ESPN's afternoon lineup is undergoing a bit of a shakeup. After almost three years, Michelle Beadle will reportedly be leaving ESPN's SportsNation to join NBC. Beadle, who has co-hosted the show since June 2009, will be leaving ESPN in two weeks according to Deadspin. So with Beadle out, who will be joining Colin Cowherd as the show's new co-host? ESPN's Charissa Thompson could be filling the empty spot, according to Deadspin. The move makes sense, considering Thompson was a frequent guest co-host on the show, and it probably doesn't hurt that she looks an awful lot like Beadle. After an...
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