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ESPN published this video item, entitled “Erin Andrews discusses iconic moments reporting on NFL sidelines with Russell Wilson | DangerTalk” – below is their description.
On episode 13 of DangerTalk with Russell Wilson and co-host Jeff Dye, Erin Andrews joins the show to discuss her career as a broadcaster, television host and actress. Andrews reflects on her time as a student at the University of Florida and role on ESPN’s College GameDay. (14:00) Andrews gives her perspective on Richard Sherman’s iconic postgame interview after deflecting a pass intended for San Francisco 49ers WR Michael Crabtree to seal 2013 NFC Championship for the Seattle Seahawks. (27:00)Wilson and Andrews also talk about the impact of Andrews’ broadcasting career on women in sports and the breakthrough of Vanderbilt placekicker Sarah Fuller. (1:07:45) Finally, DangerTalk has some fun with Dye’s signature “2-minute drill.”
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