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It was not an unimportant day in the life of the year-old sportscaster Jenn Brown on Monday when she got promoted, in quick succession, from being host of a low-rated tailgate special and the only reason to watch the College World Series to ESPN's primetime college-football reporter and, potentiallyyet another reason to pick up next year's Sports Illustrated espn seitenlinie reporter jenn brown issue. Oh, espn seitenlinie reporter jenn brown she tried on some dresses for the ESPYs, too, which was not an unexciting thing for her, either.

You see, Jenn Brown is kind of feminine "I was doing television travel-show hosting and didn't get into sports until about four years ago"but she's also kind of nude horny women in stoeng treng jock a four-year pinch runner at the University of Florida. She is more or less perfect-looking see abovebut she also talks about big-air motocross more or less like your post-pubescent cousin "It's such a beast to attack a ramp like that!

All of which has drawn comparisons — mostly by the types of Web sites your post-pubescent cousin gets caught reading — to Erin Andrews, her colleague at ESPN who, after a little tango and even less towel, saw her star rise at the network to a promotion of her own this week.

But now that she's on the move more consistently than anything at ESPN this side of Dick Vitale's vocal chords, not only does Brown rarely run into her would-be predecessor — she might just become the most ubiquitous breath of fresh air in the wide world of sports. I haven't done sideline work before, so this is my first kinda stab at it. I mean, do I go hit the town and campus?

A great laugh. At UF, I played softball, and I was a really good student, so I didn't really didn't experience college life like the typical, average college kid did. JB: There you go. Well, when they had me, I went to the biggest college football weekends and got to do all of the fun things for the nights before. I got that out of my system, so that's good.

But yeah, I love trying to check out the local stuff when I can. I'm getting paid to travel around and go to these games, but it's such a great opportunity to check out some awesome restaurants. What are some of the things you're going to be doing for the expanded College GameDay show on the weekends?

JB: I think it's gonna evolve. As far as I know, my role is still going to be doing features, and then there's been talk of some other things, as it goes on. I get a call on Monday, and the producers tell me where I'm going to do a story. That's usually an in-and-out, though — we're going to espn seitenlinie reporter jenn brown doing some new things with exclusive content for GameDay. From there, I'll be heading to wherever the Thursday game espn seitenlinie reporter jenn brown. Do you see her career path as one to aspire to?

JB: Yeah, Erin and I both went to Florida — it's funny, because we didn't know each other back then, espn seitenlinie reporter jenn brown she's always been somebody I've looked up to.

She's been doing it longer than I have, but she's done a great job, and I think it's amazing that they've given her that opportunity to be involved in the ESPNU show before it, and doing more features and stuff. I'd like to think that we're doing pretty similar things, now that I'm doing sideline. We're pretty similar in the roles that we've got, and Why reinvent the wheel when you can go to somebody and ask them for advice and help?

ESQ: It's strange that, aside from that other thing, it's been Dancing with the Stars that really helped advance her career. You once hosted a show on Country Music Television — is reality TV another one of yourum, talents to further, or are you focused on sports right now?

JB: Yeah, there's a little difference. She was on a reality show; I hosted one. But you need to love what you do. I'm not taking it lightly. You know, I was having lunch with [ESPN executive editor] John Walsh the other day, and he was reminding me that you go to Bristol and you start talking to people. And I've never seen this anywhere, but people are like, "Oh, I'm a young guy — I've only been here twenty years. ESQ: Even the onscreen talent stays forever. But there's no other kind of push-and-pull for you toward the big screen?

JB: [Laughs. Still with that great laugh. Sweeney, and he asked me to be in that But I have no desire to act, I just want to do sports — I get paid to be me, you study, you learn. But acting is such a I'm a horrible actress. Unless I'm doing any cameo roles, where I don't have knulla i halmstad ratis porr audition — where I could play a sports reporter — you would probably walk out of a movie theater if I was acting.

To be honest, I can't remember espn seitenlinie reporter jenn brown last time I watched either of those. Do you think these athletes actually look forward espn seitenlinie reporter jenn brown putting on their Hollywood hats?

JB: There is kind of a fun element, just like the Oscars or Emmys or Grammys, where you get all these people together and, um, dress up. And there's that blend of comedy; this year, I've seen some of the skits —. I got to sit in on that, and they did it once through, and then they went to go do it again, and they just improvised, and — I kid you not — they went on for fifteen minutes.

And the people that are in that room are very professional — producers and directors — and everyone is laughing out loud, and we're not supposed to be. It's a taping! But it's going to be a good show; it's live this year, which always makes for an interesting element. Hopefully we won't be having any Kanye moments. ESQ: Looking ahead to fall, espn seitenlinie reporter jenn brown a Gator by degree — summa cum laude, no less — if officially objective by trade, but how do you think Tim Tebow's going to fair as a rookie in the NFL?

Things seem, shall we say, complex in Denver right now. JB: I thought it was interesting when there was the talk about moving him to halfback. What you're gonna get with Tebow is someone who's gonna go out and work his butt off.

ESQ: Clearly. It wasn't just those of you on the sidelines who saw him cry his was out espn seitenlinie reporter jenn brown college. JB: Well, that's passion, but he's also such a hard worker, and he gets it. But Tebow wasn't supposed to go that high — there was a reason, and we have to assume the Broncos know what they're doing. I'm excited, and I think he's gonna do great. ESQ: On the college scene, do you see any surprises this season?

Any teams to keep your eyes out for? JB: Manit's been so crazy, and I've — they can call me at any cartoon man peic nami geting gefickt to do a story for SportsCenterand it means I really have to be studied up. But I am excited about Miami this year. Just don't tell any of my Florida fans I said that. United States. Type keyword s to search. Today's Top Stories. The 35 Best Comedies on Netflix.

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