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Erin Andrews Interview on “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly”

Erin Andrews Interview with Meghan Kelly

In her first in-depth TV interview following her cancer diagnosis, Erin Andrews tells NBC News’ Megyn Kelly that she doesn’t forgive her stalker Michael David Barrett, explaining: “I have to relive it all the time.” The interview aired Sunday, June 11 at 7 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. CT, and 10 p.m. PT during “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly” on NBC.

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“I was freaking out so much that when I called my parents, my dad thought I had been injured in a car accident because I was just screaming bloody murder on the other end.”

Erin Andrews Confirms Engagement to NHL Star Jarret Stoll

Erin Andres Engaged to Hockey Jarret Stoll

Erin Andrews is reportedly engage to her NHL free agent boyfriend Jarret Stoll.

The sportscaster and television personality flew into LAX following the Packers beat down the Seahawks in Green Bay.

She was sporting an impressive bling on…yeah you guess it…her left hand!  When ask…she did confirm the engagement but offer no other details!

2015 Espys Caitlyn Jenner Gets Arthur Ashe Award

2015 Espys Caitlyn Jenner
It was an emotional moment for Caitlyn Jenner who was awarded “The Arthur Ashe Courage Award” at the 2015 Espys.
As expected, ESPN received criticism when they initially announce their decision to award the former Olympic Gold Medalist.  Despite the negative backlash…the sports network never wavier.  They stood firmly behind their decision.
Soccer player Abby Wambach, of the U.S. women’s national soccer team,  presented the award Caitlyn.  She took to the stage with grace and stood bravely before a packed house full of some of sports most notable athletes and critics  as well as all her mother, sister and kids Burt Jenner, Cassandra Marino and Brandon Jenner, as well as daughter-in-law Leah Jenner and step-daughters Kourtney, Kim and Khloe Kardashian.

64…32…6…8…FINAL FOUR!!

The 2015 Men's Final Four will be held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis April 4 & 6

The magical day has finally arrived. Final 4 Saturday is truly one of, if not the greatest, day in all sports. With a full week of hype, assessments, analysis, interviews, and preparation, we can now sit back and watch one of the best Final 4 pairings of all time. Think about it…Coach K and Tom Izzo. Coach Cal and Bo Ryan. All four of these men are the epitome of being a college coach. All 4 will be Hall of Famers. And all have done it a different way and took a different path to get there. Kentucky, Duke, Michigan State, and Wisconsin. Legendary schools and giants in the world of college sports. Some of you out there hate this scenario – top seeds making it to the end. You were hoping for a Cinderella story and your brackets were filled with early round upsets. Not this year! Others love it! Chalk prevailed (for the most part) for one of the few times even though State wasn’t a top seed.

The Great Escape 2015…March Madness Style!

The greatest 3 weeks in all of sports took it up another notch last night when the Kentucky Wildcats ripped the hearts out of the Notre Dame faithful and finally prevailed, 68-66. We affectionately call this March Madness and what a day it was for college basketball last night. The evening tipped off with Wisconsin vs. Arizona in an Elite 8 re-match from last year in which Wisconsin won 64-63 in OT. Once again, Wisconsin took down the Wildcats 85-78. Dekker and Kaminsky were just too much for Coach Miller and the ‘Cats setting up their re-match in nest week’s Final Four with another bunch of Wildcats.

But what a night it was for college basketball! Kentucky, on the verge of hoops immortality, needed every ounce of energy they could muster to pull out this one. ND, undersized, out manned, challenged UK from the opening tip. They never waivered or backed down from Coach Brey’s game plan. Attack, shoot the 3, follow missed shots, and pressure the perimeter. After beating Duke and North Carolina to win the ACC Championship, this was a confident group from South Bend and they were not going to back down from anyone. With ‘Bron in the stands, DAVID went toe to toe with GOLIATH. Pat Connaughton, a 6’5″ wing player played like Larry Bird. Point Guard Jerian Grant looked like Magic Johnson out there. And forward Zach Auguste was the reincarnation of Patrick Ewing. How the hell does a 6’5″ wingman get 7 rebounds in the first half versus all of those trees? Guts, heart, and determination! That’s what the Irish played with all night but in the end, what woulda, coulda, shoulda happened, ended with an…6 ticks remaining on the clock…one last shot…were we in for another Duke-Kentucky finish?…5 ticks…Was this going to be another fairy book story like Duke over UNLV?…4 ticks, Villanova over Georgetown?…3 ticks, ND ending UCLA’s 88 game winning streak in ’74?…2 ticks, after 20 lead changes and 12 ties, 1 tick…AIR BALL!!! The 37-0 Wildcats improved to 38-0. They are seeking to become the first undefeated champion in 39 years. Not since Bobby Knights 1976 Indiana Hoosiers have we had an undefeated champion and Big Blue is now just 2 wins away from immortality.