ESPN’s Allison Williams is not the actress Allison Williams

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Allison Williams began covering college sports for ESPNU in March of 2011 during the BIG EAST Women’s Championship. She’s currently the main sideline reporter for ESPN’s premier college football and college basketball games. She’s also very often confused for the other Allison Williams, the famous actress and daughter of Brian Williams the disgraced journalist.

Before joining ESPN she worked for both the Florida Panthers and the Florida Marlins.


She graduated from the University of Miami in 2006 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. Which would make her approximately 31-years-old. Her name trends quite a bit whenever she’s on television.

You’ll see the phrase Allison Williams show up over and over again in the search engine referral data quite often. She is originally from the state of Michigan.


You can follow Allison Williams on Twitter @AllisonW_Sports.

Paul M. Banks owns, operates and sometimes writes The Sports, which is partnered with FOX Sports Engage Network. The website is also featured on News Now.

Banks, a former writer for the Washington Times, currently contributes to the Chicago Tribune RedEye. He also appears regularly on numerous talk shows all across the country. Catch him Tuesdays on KOZN 1620 The Zone.

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