ESPN's new college football sideline reporter Samantha Steele has made quite the impression in her first year after being called up to the mothership from Longhorn Network. Steele does the reporting on Thursday Night Football and also got the prime position of hosting the first hour of College GameDay, replacing Erin Andrews, and contributing to the pregame show. In fact, because of her stunning looks, good sense of humor, and ability to throw the football better than Mark Sanchez, she may have done the impossible and surpassed Erin Andrews as every American college kid's dream. (Oh, and it turns out she's really good at her job too.)
Bad news today though kids, Samantha Steele is off the market. Congrats are in order for Minnesota Vikings QB Christian Ponder, who confirmed the news in a Twitter reply uncovered in Jimmy Traina's Hot Clicks this morning when asked if he and the ESPN reporter were dating:
If this is indeed true, everything's coming up Milhouse for the Vikings QB as his team is also somehow 4-2 and one of the surprises of the NFL season so far. Ponder's stats in his first full season as a starter have jumped through the roof as he's 2nd in the NFL in completion percentage and 9th in passer rating. But best of all, Christian Ponder immediately jumps into the Elite QB WAG discussion.
(H/T Hot Clicks)
Another talentless bleached blonde dating a jock....yawn. Erin Andrews has far more talent than that Liberty U whacko.
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You've got to be kidding. Christian Ponder is drop dead gorgeous..and she....isn't. Remotely. He can do much better. He should be with a super model or something..not that mousy thing.
He may want someone to play catch with or maybe even have a conversation with. Much better choice than a "super model".
@kit9 Dude, stop smoking that stuff, it's messing with your mind , not to mention your vision. She is hot, really hot!!!!!
@kit9 I'm sure he's reconsidering his choice after reading your comment. Sheesh...
@awfulannouncing Nahhhh , if it was Michelle beismer of the NFL network that would be a different story.