Boys don’t cry – unless Erin Andrews leaves ESPN
Popular ESPN reporter Erin Andrews is leaving the network, possibly for a job with Fox Sports.
The Twitter population, particularly the male portion, is not at all happy about Andrews being off the air, even for a little while.
Every male sports fan is morning today after hearing the news of Erin Andrews leaving ESPN
— Reese Ashwander (@REESEash1der) June 30, 2012
If Erin Andrews doesn't announce the home run derby, I'm not watching.
— Fake Jay Randolph (@FakeJayRandolph) June 30, 2012
Erin Andrews leaving ESPN, what are the frat boys gonna do when gameday rolls on campus
— Cobe. (@TheObiWanJacobe) June 30, 2012
My mornings have been ruined for the rest of my life…Erin Andrews is leaving ESPN. #NowThatsTragic
— Nakedron Oden #⃣2⃣ (@TheRealNakedron) June 30, 2012
Calm down, guys! You do know you can change the channel, right?
One man has his sports priorities firmly in place, however:
Watch college football RT @_JVTs_: What will men that are watching college football on ESPN going to do now that Erin Andrews is leaving?
— Ray Ratto (@RattoCSN) June 29, 2012
And another notes that it’s been quite the week for status changes among celebrities:
It always comes in 3's: Ann Curry gets canned, Tom Cruise gets served, and now Erin Andrews leaves ESPN. Must be the heat.
— David Carroll (@DAVIDCARROLL3) June 29, 2012
Andrews did get an interesting tweet from Rich Eisen, also a former ESPN talker, who’s now the main man on the NFL Network:
@ErinAndrews Congrats and welcome to the green grass.
— Rich Eisen (@richeisen) June 29, 2012
Hmm. Fox or NFL? Wherever she goes, Andrews obviously won’t have to worry about building an audience. The Lost Boys will follow.