Sherman wrote for the Chicago Tribune for 27 years covering the 1985 Bears Super Bowl season, the White Sox, college football, golf and sports media.
Sherman also penned a sports business blog for Crain’s Chicago Business and currently blogs at Sherman Report.com, as well as writing for the Chicago Tribune and the National Sports Journalism Center at Indiana University.
Just learned from this Richard Deitsch piece that Pam Oliver, the excellent, intelligent, informed Fox Sports NFL stalwart, will no longer serve as the network’s top sideline reporter. She knows how to interview, and doesn’t merely ask fluff nonsense.
Anyone who has worked in sports media long enough knows what this is. Oliver is, truly, as good as it gets at this sort of job.
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She also has never, ever, ever used the medium to turn herself into a nonsense-endorsing celebrity spokesperson for dietary supplements and the like. They’re eye candy for the neanderthals who need eye candy. Writers devised romance stories for the character alongside fellow newly introduced characters Caroline Alessi (Gillian Blakeney) and Gemma Ramsay (Beth Buchanan).Williams liked his role in the show but had issues with Adam's naivety.In pro athlete translation, Erin Andrews would be, oh, Mark Sanchez; Pam Oliver is Peyton Manning. This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it.“I don’t know if he’s ready to move on, but it’s time for Oliver to have another relationship,” Stephen Amell said on Wednesday during TVLine’s visit to the CW series’ Vancouver set.