Erin Andrews officially joins Fox Sports

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You have seen the last of Erin Andrews at ESPN, and she is now officially headed to Fox Sports instead. She officially became done with the WWL Friday as they let it be known today via tweet from their PR department. As you would expect for anything involving “Erin Pageviews” that tweeted was RTd thousands of times.

And now Fox Sports itself has let the new home of EA be known.

“Opportunities to add someone of Erin Andrews’ caliber don’t come along often and we’re thrilled to welcome her back to the FOX Sports family,” said Eric Shanks, executive producer, co-president and COO, FOX Sports Media Group. “Erin is one of the hardest-working, most-respected individuals in sports television and we expect her to have an immediate impact. In addition to having her anchor our new college football show and studio coverage, we expect her to be a big contributor to our MLB and NFL coverage as well as other major events.”

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Jenn Brown: Erin Andrews’ very likely ESPN Successor

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I’ve been saying this for about a year or so. And it looks like it will soon become true: Jenn Brown is the next Erin Andrews. It will be made official once Brown takes over EA spots on College Gameday. That’s the word we’re hearing now. She’ll take the spot on the college football pregame show and the telecasts opposite Kirk Herbstreit and Brent Musburger. The ESPN sideline princess baton will be passed from one 34 year old former Florida Gator to a 31 year old former Florida Gator. Jennifer “Jenn” Lynne Brown, is likely heading over to the scorers table and signing in.

Especially now that Erin Andrews has left ESPN and his likely headed to Fox Sports

 

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So is Erin Andrews leaving ESPN or not?

Now that Michelle Beadle is leaving ESPN, and Charissa Thompson is replacing her as the host of “SportsNation,” the question is…who replaces Charissa at “Numbers Don’t Lie?” I’m sure both the people who watch that show are very interested to find out.

No seriously, the real question is what will become of Erin Andrews? Her star power isn’t what it once was, so is she gonna stay at ESPN when her contract expires? Check out this tweet exchange between EA and Hot Clicks proprietor Jimmy Traina from a couple hours ago:

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