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If you’re like any red-blooded American, it means you’ve been watching, and hopefully winning some money on, the NCAA Tournament. While the tournament itself was lacking its usual bevy of upsets, the amount of quality games was at an all-time high.
However, that doesn’t mean the dizzying buzzer beaters and back-door covers (shout out to my degenerates) were the best part of March Madness. No, that designation is reserved for sideline reporter Allie LaForce, who came out of nowhere to become every sports fan’s #WCW.
LaForce, who is from Vermilion, Ohio, won Miss Ohio Teen USA before representing Ohio in the 2005 Miss Teen USA pageant. LaForce then walked on for the Ohio University basketball team and took a job with Fox Sports Ohio after college before making her way to CBS.
Working for CBS, LaForce is the lead reporter for SEC college football games, a courtside reporter for both college basketball and the NBA, and is the host of We Need to Talk on the CBS Sports Network.
At only 28 years old, look for LaForce to be a force (HA I’m f*cking hilarious) in the sideline reporting game for a long, long time.

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