Wednesday, November 14, 2007
Decision '07: Play along or ignore?
Playboy.com is currently running a poll for America's Sexiest Sportscaster, eight years after their first effort (won by Jill Arrington).
Yes we work with these women and shouldn't look upon or treat them differently than we do any other colleague.
Maybe even more importantly, in many cases they are our friends.
So are we supposed to turn our noses up at Playboy on principle or just have fun with this?
Some TV-types just wanna have fun and have emailed saying so. No word yet from those opposed.
Does anyone know whether a particular nominee is flattered or insulted?
Does anyone know another female sportscaster who is insulted because she isn't on the list?
If Ish can be paraded on national TV as a "People's Sexiest Fan" candidate, is a "Sexiest Sportscaster" so wrong?
While such important questions are debated, the least we can do is show the 2008 nominees.
The rest is up to you.
Oh, but if you can find someone willing to take the rest of the field, bet the house that Erin Andrews wins in a landslide.