Top 10 ESPN Reporter "Would You?" Edition

For my 2nd assignment here at DXP, I thought I would tackle a more interesting topic than the Gary Busey-esque behavior of Kevin Grady and Matt Jones. Today, I am posing to all of you the age-old question that has been asked since the invention of broadcast television and female investigative reporting. You know, that question you ask your buddies when you’re pounding beers, watching ESPN, and debating that philosophical question, better known as the “would you?” The execs over at ESPN have been adding talent to that reporter line-up like Jim Hendry with a 3 game lead in the NL Central in late July, and we have taken notice. So without further ado, here is the official ESPN Top 10 ‘Would You’ list.

10) Suzy Kolber – Answer: No. Not even the number of drinks Joe Namath consumed could make me pull the trigger here. Below she tries to measure Namath’s ego.


9) Wendi Nix
– Answer: Yes. Boston fans have more reason to celebrate than the Pats/Red Sox/Celtics with Wendi covering the local market.

8) Rachel Nichols – Answer: Depends on BAC. I’m not a huge ginger fan, but exceptions can be made after reaching the vodka/seven double-digits.

7) Jeannine Edwards
– Answer: Yes. Here’s a chick that you can take to the horse track who would school you and all of your friends in gambling on the ponies. Sold.


6) Shannon Spake
– Answer: Yes. You don’t know her yet, but trust me, by the time Bo Pelini wins his first bowl game you will. Let’s hope NASCAR blows up soon.


5) Stacey Dales
– Answer: Yes. The only question here is whether or not Stacey wants to get back up on that pogo stick after playing in the WNBA.

4) Nicole Manske
– Answer: Are you kidding me? Quite possibly the only reason, other than #6 on the list, to watch any form of auto racing on ESPN.

3) Bonnie Bernstein
– Answer: Don’t need one. If you say “no” to this one, please open the yellow pages and consult a shrink to discuss your sexuality at once.


2) Colleen Dominguez
– Answer: Without hesitation. When we think of cougar hunting on a Saturday night, this is what we hope to score at the local Kona Grill.

1) Erin Andrews
– Answer: Did you really think anyone else would get the top spot? I’m not sure Nik Richie over at thedirty.com could find a flaw. Nic, if you’re reading, let us know.

So there it is, one definitive no, and a whole lot of good decisions in ESPN’s human resources department.
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