Andrews to join NCAA football 2010

By Kevin Parker

I was perusing the internet the other day, looking for trailers and sneak peaks of upcoming video games. Since I am a fan of sports, I wanted to look for new college football games. Looking for NCAA Football 2010 (as NCAA Football 2009 is already out), I found possibly the best news I could hope for.

Erin Andrews, widely regarded as America’s most attractive female sportscaster, signed on to be a part of NCAA Football 2010. Since 2004, Andrews has been a sideline reporter for the ESPN College Football Saturday telecast. The game already features the other members of the crew, Brad Nessler, Lee Corso and Kirk Herbstreit. What it has been lacking, however, is a strong female presence on the sideline.

In addition to hearing her voice during the action, a picture of her accompanies any stats she references. This is probably the best idea that EA Games has ever had. Andrews has long been my favorite part of ESPN’s College Football telecast. Not only is she extremely attractive (therefore the cameras cut to her every moment they can), she is smart and loves what she does.

Erin Andrews is every sports fan’s fantasy, and with good reason. She loves her sports, and manages to stay good looking no matter the weather conditions.

Andrews can definitely persuade more than a few of her fans to buy this game, and I think I am one of them.