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ESPN's Holly Rowe announces she will undergo surgery to remove a tumor

One day after she covered the Texas Longhorns’ upset win over Baylor, ESPN veteran Holly Rowe announced in a statement Tuesday that she will undergo surgery to remove a tumor in her chest, less than a year after she had a previous tumor removed. 287 more words


Holly Rowe just trolled Urban Meyer pretty hard

It’s rivalry week and that means ESPN breaks out its top notch crews for the best games of the year. Holly Rowe is a fantastic sideline reporter and got a hold of Ohio State coach Urban Meyer before the big Ohio State-Michigan rivalry game. 71 more words

Big Ten

Josh Dobbs rides into interviews in style

With Tennessee (1-0) hosting Oklahoma (1-0) this weekend on ESPN, sideline reporter Holly Rowe is conducting some interviews and when it was time for Josh Dobbs to go in for his he rode in in style. 54 more words


Adam Silver wants to see a woman head coach in the NBA and soon

San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon continues to make history. Not only was she the first female full-time assistant coach in the NBA, but she was also the first female to coach an NBA Summer League team. 90 more words


Sydney Esiason's Red Dress, Brett Favre's AR-15, Brian Williams' Basketball Career

It’s March and it’s….SNOWING

19 days and 8 hours until spring and I’m now even further away from seeing grass than I was yesterday. It should be pretty cool for the Cleveland Indians to celebrate Opening Day and fans can use snowmobiles to cruise across Lake Erie and avoid traffic. 64 more words

Morning Twitpics

"This Is Show Business, Babe": A Day With Brent Musburger, Fran Fraschilla, and the Big Monday Crew

“So Fran, I thought Boeheim was the most ridiculous thing I watched. I was shocked. I mean, come on, Jimmy, the game is still up in the air,” Brent Musburger said, leaning into the table. 3,670 more words

Media Gossip/Musings

Watch: ESPN's Holly Rowe Conducts Interview Atop Scorer's Table

(CBS) Once again, Holly Rowe proved she’ll go to any length to get an interview.

The ESPN sideline reporter has been known to be (rightfully)  78 more words