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Hot Holly Sonders is a co-host of Morning Drive weekdays from 7-9 AM ET and School of Golf at 7 PM ET Wednesdays on Golf Channel, and she knows her golf. She is a graduate of Michigan State University where she was a four-year member of the MSU Women's Golf Team and helped the Lady Spartans to a Big Ten Championship in 2007.
Miss Sonders is blowing up on the sports blogs after of her appearance at the Wells Fargo Pro-Am, where she wore the below outfit (white skirt). This hottie is the total package - smart, with a hot athletic body to die for and sticks that never end. Impressive stuff.
See a some more great photos of here in Holly Sonders - Mug Shots.
Here is a great clip of her dancing the Meringue on Morning Drive, Feb 21 2012,
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MADISON, Wis. Wisconsin and Michigan State met on the gridiron twice last season during prime time in two of the most memorable games of the college football season. In 2012, the programs will play a nationally televised afternoon game.
Three of Wisconsin's game times for next season were announced by the Big Ten on Thursday, including the Badgers' Oct. 27 matchup against...
Michigan State football players William Gholston and Lawrence Thomas suffered minor injuries after a rollover crash around 3:40 p.m. ET on Wednesday.
According to the Brighton post of the Michigan State Police, the crash occurred on eastbound I-96 near Spencer Road in Brighton township, and the Michigan State players were not at fault and no tickets or citations were issued.
Michigan State football players William Gholston and Lawrence Thomas suffered minor injuries in a freeway crash.
The school said Thursday the two defensive players were ''shaken'' after the accident Wednesday afternoon.
The Detroit Free Press reports that another vehicle crossed into the path of the sport utility vehicle being driven by Gholston somewhere between...
Michigan State quarterback commit Damion Terry took part in the Elite 11 regional camp in Columbus, Ohio, on Friday and drew good reviews from the analysts in attendance.Damion Terry works out at the Elite 11 event in Columbus on Friday. (Scout.com Photo)
"He did very well. Very consistent and accurate," Scout.com's Allen Trieu said. "Maybe not a huge arm, but...
For many Damion Terry was a mystery prospect when he received his scholarship offer from Michigan State. On Friday, Terry joined many of the top quarterback prospects in the region competing in the Elite 11 quarterback camp and showed why the Spartans are excited about his future.