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The Sports Bank:
You’ve seen her on NFL Network as a reporter/anchor. And she’s the sideline reporter for NBC’s Notre Dame broadcasts. She is….Alex Flanagan.
Flanagan started her career in college as a student intern at KVOA-TV. She also worked as a reporter/weekend anchor at KCCO-TV in Alexandria, Minnesota. She has been a reporter for the NFL Network since Nov ’06. Previously she worked for ESPN as sideline reporter for college football and also appeared on SportsCenter and Baseball Tonight.
Before her career at ESPN, Alex was also a TV anchor for WSFA Channel 12 in Montgomery, Alabama.
Alex has been the sideline reporter for Notre Dame home football games since 2007. For the 2008 Summer Olympics, Flanagan served as host of CNBC and USA Network’s coverage.
After the jump…is the Alex Flanagan photo gallery…
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