Dancing with the Stars fans will remember Erin Andrews from season 10, where she tangoed her way to a third place finish with partner Maks Chmerkovskiy. This Super Bowl Sunday, Andrews will be filling a less physical and undoubtedly colder role as sideline reporter for Fox Sports at the NFL showdown between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks, which kicks off live from New Jersey's outdoor MetLife Stadium at 3:30 p.m. ET. Off the field, the 35-year-old Maine native is involved with an athlete, too — read on!
Okay, we admit it: we have a soft spot for athletes. They're physically fit, committed to their teams and oftentimes pretty good-looking. So which cute (and single) athletes should you keep your eyes peeled for at your next game?
As the holiday seasons draws to a close, we asked women their thoughts on the sports guys in their life, especially during the holidays. Is it something with which just to deal, but draw the line at throwing things at the TV? Or are sports games off limits during holiday family time — no matter how much their guy throws a tantrum over the decision?
Call in Olivia Pope. Because these sports stars need a fixer to help us forget their dirty indiscretions.
The number one rule to being a fan: you have to have an unshakeable love for your team. Even if it means standing in sub-zero temperatures on freezing bleachers in the middle of a snowstorm. After all, it's all in the name of love, right?
Sports season can be frustrating for many couples: while men tend to use a big game as a means of escape, their partners become frustrated or feel left out. This relationship expert explains why using this time to recharge can be healthy for both of you!
Some athletes are known for being especially…friendly in the romance department. But there is a small group of athletes who are holding off, keeping a tight hold on their v-cards. From football to basketball, the common denominator is a determination to abstain until they are married. Who, you ask? Read on to find out.
There are some seriously sexy men in the world of football, and they're not alone. Some of the ladies of football are even sexier than their gridiron guys. But having good looks and a famous hubby isn't all these ladies are known for. Read on to find out how the hottest wives in football have made a name for themselves.
People do all kind of things for love, including watching sports.
Scotland's Andy Murray won the men's singles division in a heart-stopping final match, making him the first British man to win Wimbledon in 77 years. On the women's side of the court, French player Marion Bartoli won the final championship against Sabine Lisicki. So what do athletics have to do with parenting? More than you would imagine, as our expert explains.
There is so much pressure on athletes to perform well that often their psychilogical well being suffers. However, with a new approach called mindfulness-acceptance-commitment (MAC), athletes are on their way to better mental health and better performance as well.
In cases of excessive exercising, a person treats their own body as an object rather than as a subject (i.e., they experience themselves as "you" instead of "I"). This objectification of the self allows one to feel a sense of control regarding some aspect of oneself, or one's relationships with others, that otherwise seems out of control.