Found June 01, 2012 on The Sports Bank:
PLAYERS: Erin Andrews
By Paul M. Banks One “hot topic” of discussion this NFL playoff season was the Verizon Football Zone Girl Rebecca Grant. (video available in full article page view) Although she seemed to disappear during Conference Championship weekend, we saw a lot of her the previous two weeks. And although she is attractive, Ms. Grant’s absence this week wasn’t really a bad thing. So who is Rebecca Grant, other than a hot yet extremely plastic looking pitchwoman with a TERRIBLE vocal delivery on camera? According to she’s a “glamor model and television host best known for her appearance in men’s magazines such as Maxim and FHM. She was also a host on the show Truck Stop and Robot Wars: Extreme Warriors.” That site also lists her birthplace as Buffalo, New York and her birthdate in 1968. Yes, she’s 41! (Hey, the picture at the top is about ten years old, and it’s from one of those aforementioned Playboy wannabe magazines that have adversely impacted Playboy’s financial bottom line. ...

Michelle Beadle downplays feud with Erin Andrews, says industry wants a catfight

Friday was Michelle Beadle‘s last day at ESPN before she moves over to a new job with NBC Sports and Access Hollywood. The day marked not only the end of her time on “SportsNation,” but potentially the end of a longstanding feud with co-worker Erin Andrews. The rivalry between the ESPN personalities apparently was brought public by the ESPN Book (I never read it) in which...

Michelle Beadle addresses the Erin Andrews situation for the final time

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