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Erin Andrews' tongue proved to be a very important topic of conversation during Fox's NFL coverage on Sunday, Jan. 6. Host Curt Menefee joked with the sports reporter about having A Christmas Story moment as she braved the cold during the San Francisco 49ers Wild Card game against the Green Bay Packers. "Randall Cobb is back and so too to this show is our own Erin Andrews who, using your 'Christmas Story' reference, hopefully hasn't been licking the goal post in between. Your tongue working right now?" Menefee asked while laughing. "So far so good," Andrews replied. "But I anticipate sounding like Flick from A Christmas Story." But this wasn't the »
Somehow between the cold weather and football pandemonium, Erin Andrews' tongue became the highlight of Fox's NFL coverage Sunday night. Curt Menefee joked with the blond beauty about having A Christmas Story moment as she braved the cold during the San Francisco 49ers Wild Card game against the Green Bay Packers. Andrews was on the field wearing a heavy winter coat, scarf and thick gloves in an effort to keep herself as warm as possible during her reporting. So when Menefee referenced the popular holiday flick from the warmth of the Fox studio, Andrews had the perfect response. "Randall Cobb is back and so too to this show is our own Erin Andrews who, using your 'Christmas »
It’s one of the Coldest Games Ever Played: Coldpocalypse-Ball 2014: NFL on Ice! — Sunday’s Green Bay Packers vs. San Francisco 49s Nfc wild-card playoff game in Wisconsin amidst a “polar vortex” winter storm.
So how cold is it, exactly?
Glad you asked. It’s So Cold that…
– Pre-game: Lambeau Field is supposed to be giving out free coffee and hot chocolate, along with 70,0000 hand warmers to fans.
- James Hibberd
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