Erin Andrews May Leave ESPN For Fox

WASHINGTON - JULY 27: ESPN reporter Erin Andrews talks to members of the media after a news conference on Capitol Hill July 27 2010 in Washington DC. Andrews who was taken victim to a stalker is calling on congress to toughen federal anti-stalking laws. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

And I just realized I don't really care.

Over on SI.com they are reporting Andrews is being actively pursued by Fox.

SI.com has learned that Fox Sports is aggressively pursuing ESPN sportscaster Erin Andrews for a role at its network. The network's executives recently met with Andrews regarding a major role in Fox's college football coverage.

Andrews' contract with ESPN concludes at the end of June. Her last on-air assignment for ESPN came in mid-March with its ACC college basketball tournament.

Contacted by SI.com. Lewis Kay, a representative for Andrews, said, "Erin remains under contract with ESPN."



Whoops!

These things move at SEC speed.

I have nothing against Erin Andrews, who seems like bright and nice person, but she's really sort of a creation of ESPN. Does she add a whit of value to any ballgame I am watching? Nope.

Now, teaming her with Dave Lapham... Hey now! That could be interesting.

Anyway, curious if you all even care.

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