I know she has other gigs to take care of, but seriously who really watches College Basketball while there are Bowl Games going on? Our friend Erin has only been tabbed to work one…count them one Bowl Game.
She’ll be on the sidelines for the Alamo Bowl on December 29th, and that’s it folks. Well not entirely. She’ll be a sideline reporter for the Rose Bowl, but get this….on ESPN Radio. What’s the point?
So who are we getting instead of EA? Here’s the list:
San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl- Rob Stone
New Orleans Bowl- Stacey Dales
Papajohns.com Bowl- Rob Simmelkjaer
New Mexico Bowl- Dave Ryan
Pioneer Las Vegas Bowl- Bonnie Bernstein
Sheraton Hawaii Bowl- Jeannine Edwards
Motor City Bowl- Quint Kessenich
Pacific Life Holiday Bowl- Lisa Salters
Champs Sports Bowl- Holly Rowe
Emerald Bowl- Rob Stone
Meineke Car Care Bowl- Quint Kessenich
AutoZone Liberty Bowl- Vince Welch
Valero Alamo Bowl- Erin Andrews
PetroSun Independence Bowl- Stacey Dales
Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl- Todd Harris
Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl- Jack Arute
Chick-fil-A Bowl- Bonnie Bernstein
Outback Bowl- Rob Stone
Capital One Bowl- Holly Rowe
International Bowl- Stacey Dales
GMAC Bowl- Rob Stone
UPDATE: This comes via Reader Desmond….
Some sideline report news and rumors: Shannon Spake will be reporting from at least one of the ESPN bowl games, according to The Daly Planet blog. One of the responders in the comments section in the same article indicates that Krista Voda will be the sideline reporter at the Cotton Bowl.
Both Spake and Voda are usually NASCAR correspondents.
EA did beat out both of them in Playboy’s Hottest Sportscaster contest, but apparently she’s being pushed aside for some fresh faces.
Shannon Spake Leaves “NASCAR Nation” Far Behind (Daly Planet)