ESPN sideline reporter Holly Rowe plays second fiddle to no one, especially not some other female reporter who's trying to snake an interview with the winning coach while ESPN is still on the air.
Immediately after Michigan's 23-20 overtime win over Virginia Tech in Tuesday night's Sugar Bowl, Rowe found Wolverine coach Brady Hoke already being surrounded by the competition. So Rowe, veteran professional that she is, did what she had to do: Shove an unsuspecting reporter out of the way and sidle up to Hoke herself for first dibs.
Oh no she di'int!
Hoke, who was probably amused by the two women fighting for his attention (ladies, please: there's enough to go around), promptly goes with Rowe after she boxes out the other reporter, who then stands sheepishly by as Rowe gets that all-important instant reaction for television.
You gotta admire Rowe's form here. She applies the forearm and then walks the woman out of the way until she has boxed her out completely. It's more of a basketballRead More »from Holly Rowe stiffarms her way to the top of Brady Hoke’s post-Sugar Bowl dance card