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Oct 21 2010
1 Rush Limbaugh: (NFL Countdown) 12153
2 Mario Lopez: (ESPN Hollywood) 4875
3 Keith Olbermann: (SportsCenter anchor); now host of Countdown with Keith Olbermann and co-host of Football Night of America 2904
4 Joe Theismann: 1987–2007 (NFL GameDay, Sunday Night Football, and Monday Night Football analyst) 2290
5 Craig Kilborn (SportsCenter anchor) 2140
6 Michael Irvin: 2003–2006 (Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown analyst) 1858
7 Matt Lauer (Stanley Cup Finals reporter); now Today co-host) 1669
8 Robin Roberts: (SportsCenter anchor and NFL PrimeTime co-host); now a co-anchor on Good Morning America 1546
9 Dan Patrick: (SportsCenter anchor, ESPN Radio host, and NBA Countdown host); now NBC Sports host 1459
10 Sterling Sharpe: (Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown) 1250
11 Buck Martinez: 2003–2007 (MLB coverage); now Baltimore Orioles analyst on MASN and TBS 1044
12 Harold Reynolds: 1999–2006 (Baseball Tonight and College Baseball coverage); now with MLB Network 1015
13 Bobby Valentine: (Baseball Tonight studio analyst); now a manager in Japan 999
14 Tino Martinez: (Baseball Tonight analyst); now on YES Network 933
15 Sean Salisbury: 1997–2008 (NFL Live) 926
16 Tony Gwynn: (MLB coverage); currently San Diego State head baseball coach and game analyst on TBS 826
17 Stephen A. Smith: 2003–2009 (NBA Shootaround and Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith) 805
18 Jackie Stewart: (Formula One coverage) 789
19 David Aldridge: (NBA Shootaround and game coverage reporter) 732
20 Kit Hoover: (Cold Pizza co-host and Tennis Field and Feature Reporter) 699
21 Rich Eisen: (SportsCenter anchor); now NFL Network anchor 627
22 Mike Emrick: (NHL play-by-play) 485
23 Max Kellerman: (Around the Horn, Boxing analyst) 458
24 Ed Olczyk: (NHL coverage); now on Versus and NBC analyst 421
25 Bill Laimbeer: 2004–2005 (NBA Shootaround); currently Minnesota Timberwolves assistant coach 411
26 Lesley Visser: (ABC Sports and ESPN, 1994-2000. Monday Night Football, 1997-99); now with CBS Sports 406
27 Jill Arrington: 2004 (Thursday night college football sideline reporter); now with Fox Sports Net 387
28 Greg Gumbel: (SportsCenter anchor and NBA play-by-play); now at CBS Sports 384
29 Melissa Stark: (Sunday NFL Countdown and SportsCenter reporter) 275
30 Alex Flanagan: 1998–2006 (SportsCenter and college football reporter); now with NFL Network and Notre Dame Football on NBC 233
31 Jim Gray: (NBA sideline reporter) 232
32 Andrea Kremer: –2006 (SportsCenter, NFL Countdown, Monday Night Countdown reporter); now a reporter for NBC Sports and feature reporter for Real Sports 215
33 Ray Knight: (Baseball Tonight analyst); now a Washington Nationals studio analyst on MASN 206
34 Joe Beninati: (NHL coverage play-by-play); currently Washington Capitals Versus play-by-play 198
35 Charley Steiner: (SportsCenter anchor, MLB, ESPN2 College football play-by-play, and boxing host); now with the Los Angeles Dodgers 193
36 Kevin Frazier: (SportsCenter anchor and NBA Shootaround host) 182
37 Rick Majerus: 2004–2007 (College GameNight and college basketball coverage); now Saint Louis Billikens coach 179
38 Chris Myers: (SportsCenter anchor, UpClose and Baseball Tonight host); now reporter for Fox Sports 159
39 Eric Karros: 2005–2006 (Thursday Night Baseball analyst); now Fox analyst 150
40 Dick Schaap (The Sports Reporters host) 147
41 Larry Nuber (Auto racing coverage) 144
42 Pat Patterson: (Auto Racing coverage) 142
43 Tom Tolbert: 2002–2007 (NBA Shootaround and game coverage analyst) 141
44 Jack Edwards: (NHL coverage, World Cup, Little League World Series, and SportsCenter anchor) 138
45 Benny Parsons: (Auto racing coverage) 137
46 Sam Ryan: (Sunday Night Baseball and NHL reporter); now with CBS Sports 133
47 Daryl Reaugh: (NHL coverage) 130
48 Fred Hickman: 2004–2008(SportsCenter anchor and NBA Shootaround host) 129
49 Mark Malone: (NFL Matchup and NFL Live host) 125
50 Sam Rosen: (NHL coverage) 124
51 Gary Miller: 1990–2004 (SportsCenter anchor and MLB game play-by-play and reporter, and Baseball Tonight host) 122
52 Lee Leonard: (first SportsCenter anchor) 121
53 Roy Firestone: (Up Close host and Sunday Night Football) 119
54 Darren Pang: (NHL game and studio anayst, reporter); now analyst for the St. Louis Blues on Fox Sports Midwest 116
55 Mike Hall: 2004–2007 (ESPNU); now at Big Ten Network 116
56 Bobby Unser: (Auto racing coverage) 114
57 Lyn St. James: (Auto Racing coverage) 110
58 David Hobbs (Auto racing coverage) 109
59 Thea Andrews: 2003–2006 (Cold Pizza (2003-2005), ESPN Hollywood (2005-2006), The ESPY Red Carpet Show (2005-2006), Sports and Hollywood (2006), Breakfast at Churchill Downs (2004-2006) and Breakfast at Pimlico (2004-2006) co-host; horse racing reporter/analyst (2004-2006); college football and basketball reporter (2005-2006)) 108
60 Ned Jarrett (Auto racing coverage) 91
61 Gayle Gardner: (SportsCenter anchor) 87
62 Tom Mees: (SportsCenter, NHL coverage); deceased 87
63 Dave Revsine: 2002–2007 (College GameNight host and SportsCenter anchor); now with Big Ten Network 86
64 Jason Jackson (SportsCenter anchor and NBA 2Night host) 83
65 Bob Jenkins (Auto racing coverage) 75
66 Bill Weber: (Auto racing coverage) 73
67 Mike Joy: (Auto Racing coverage) 73
68 Dave Strader: (NHL and college basketball play-by-play); now with the Phoenix Coyotes 69
69 Adrian Karsten: (college football sideline reporter) 64
70 George Grande: (first SportsCenter anchor) 61
71 Jimmy Roberts: (SportsCenter reporter); now NBC Sports reporter 61
72 Dave Marash: (Baseball Tonight host) 55
73 Ken Squier: (Auto Racing coverage) 53
74 Al Morganti: (NHL coverage) 52
75 Kevin Corke: (SportsCenter anchor) 48
76 Brett Haber: (SportsCenter anchor); now WUSA (Washington, DC) sports anchor 46
77 Sam Posey: (Auto Racing coverage) 43
78 Anne Montgomery: (SportsCenter, aka Sports Recap) 35
79 Steve "Snapper" Jones: (NBA analyst) 34
80 Bill Seward: (SportsCenter & Horse Racing) 34
81 Bob Varsha: (Auto Racing coverage) 31
82 Ralph Sheheen: (Auto Racing coverage) 31
83 Tim McCormick: (college basketball coverage) 30
84 Rick Peckham: (NHL coverage) 28
85 Lou Palmer: (SportsCenter) 24
86 Mike Macfarlane: (Baseball Tonight analyst) 20
87 Parker Johnstone: (Auto Racing coverage) 18
88 Walt Stannard: (F1 coverage 1987) 9
89 Sharon Smith: (SportsCenter anchor) 6
90 Gary Lee: (Auto Racing coverage) < 5
91 Neil Smith: (NHL coverage) < 5
92 Steve Stone (MLB Coverage); now Chicago White Sox analyst < 5


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