Kacie McDonnell Is The New Erin Andrews [92 Photos]

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It is only a matter of time until Kacie McDonnell, 22-year-old traffic reporter for Fox 29’s “Good Day Philadelphia”, gets called up to the big leagues at Fox Sports 1. She is an avid sports fan, dated Christian Ponder, graduated from Villanova, has a huge social media following (@KacieMcDonnell), and is mind-numbingly beautiful, all the elements necessary to be a great sideline reporter. FS1 has the rights to Big East basketball and we think she could be a great fit for the upcoming season.

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