Pam Oliver: The FOX NFL sideline reporter worked at ESPN in the early 1990s. In the ESPN Book, Oliver recalled a moment when Emmitt Smith looked at her and said, “you must have no life.” Oliver told the authors of the ESPN Book: “I had gotten into that creepy area where you’re single and working nonstop around athletes on television. That’s a double whammy for some insecure men who I didn’t really want to be messing with anyway. It was definitely a long dry spell. I don’t think I even had a boyfriend when I was at ESPN. It was a 3-year-drought.” Poor Pam. [ESPN Book, Page 322]
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