ESPN has made some questionable decisions over the years—you know, like letting Bill Simmons and Mike Tirico go for separate reasons—but they redeemed themselves by hiring a former production assistant with the company as a college football reporter this upcoming season, Molly McGrath.
You may not see it today or tomorrow, but someday you’ll look back and be absolutely perplexed and awed by how every little thing added up and brought you somewhere wonderful- or where you always wanted to be. You will be grateful that things didn’t work out the way you once wanted them to. 📷: @dorschiv
A former Boston College cheerleader, Molly’s a drop-dead stunner who comes from FOX Sports, and will work both the sidelines on Friday night telecasts as well as appear on College Football Live , according to a press release. An absolute dimepiece, ESPN would be wise to put Molly on TV as much as possible.
This picture was taken on my first day at ESPN in 2011…I was a production assistant fresh out of college, with a dream of becoming a host and sideline reporter for the network…five years later and my career has come full-circle as I rejoin the ESPN family as a host and sideline reporter for college football and college basketball. I am so grateful for opportunities with the Celtics and FOX Sports; those people and experiences helped me get to where I am today. It has been such a fun and challenging journey and I’m so excited for this next chapter…see you weekdays on CFB Live and on Friday nights this fall on ESPN! #pinchme 🏈🏀📺 Release: http://es.pn/29VcyoC