Molly McGrath, an ESPN sideline reporter, tested her athletic background almost a month ago.
McGrath was scheduled to speak with the winning coach after the Pitt Panthers and West Virginia Mountaineers game. She ran onto the field to catch Mountaineers head coach Neal Brown as he left the field after West Virginia won the game 17–6.
She outperformed him in that regard, capturing him immediately following his post-game handshake with Pat Narduzzi. The video appeared on the Pat McAfee Show episode that aired on Thursday.
After the significant victory, McAfee felt compelled to show his appreciation for his alma mater, West Virginia. All in all, though, McGrath stole the show.
She was a cheerleader for Boston College once, so it's obvious that she can still move—even in boots.
Anyone who believes that being a sideline reporter is an easy job has obviously never worked as one, although McGrath made it appear really simple.