March Madness is upon us, and oh what a wonderful time of year it is. Games are on basically all day, giving you an excuse to skip class and head to the bar, and of course bet on a shitload of games you know little to nothing about. It also gives us sideline reporters — 5 of them this year. Why seed the 64 teams when we can seed the female sideline reporters who will be gracing us with their presence over the next few weeks on TBS/truTV/CBS/TNT? Let’s do this.
5. Dana Jacobson
Dana may have been higher in her earlier years behind the mic, but she’s just not giving it her all these days, which drops her to the lowest ranking of them all. Not to mention, her social media accounts are severely lacking in the photo department, which is a big factor in these rankings.
— Dana Jacobson (@danajacobson) November 21, 2015
— Dana Jacobson (@danajacobson) October 20, 2015
— Dana Jacobson (@danajacobson) October 17, 2015
4. Jamie Maggio
Jamie Maggio is a roller coaster of attractiveness. One day she could throw a photo of you looking like this…
…and then follow it up with a bunch of photos that just make her look decent. She’s not going to contend with the higher seeds and is more than likely just happy to be here.
3. Rosalyn Gold-Onwude
Ros burst onto the scene last season after spending her rookie year of sideline reporting with the Golden State Warriors. She clearly caught the eye of CBS execs, so they have her roaming the sidelines this year for March Madness. She played basketball at Stanford, too, so you know she’s got a nice bod.
2. Jamie Erdahl
The much hotter of the two Jamies is Erdahl, and it’s not even close. I probably could have split this list into two tiers: bottom and top, because that’s how wide of a margin it is between the top three and the bottom two. Dana and Maggio are basically fifteen seeds, while the others have secured a number one seed.
1. Allie LaForce
Allie LaForce has been the gold standard at CBS for quite some time now. She’s got some competition with Roslyn and Erdahl, but we’re probably a few years away from Allie giving up her crown. Can’t wait to watch her talking sports for the next few weeks..