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The study, to be published in the upcoming April issue of the journal Personality and Individual Differences, shows that the importance of education levels is one factor that changes significantly with age.

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She’s quick on the fly, researches the hell out of games, has a long and storied history of asking the right question at the right moment. These days, that’s what sideline reporters almost always are—blonde and perky. Nobody demotes Chris Berman or Phil Simms or Troy Aikman as they age.

She also has never, ever, ever used the medium to turn herself into a nonsense-endorsing celebrity spokesperson for dietary supplements and the like. They’re eye candy for the neanderthals who need eye candy.

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“I’ve had a couple of scenes with Carly [Pope], who’s doing a great job as [reporter] Susan Williams,” Amell said.

Adam Willis is a fictional character from the Australian soap opera Neighbours, played by Ian Williams.

I expressed to them that I was not done and had something to offer. Not at that meeting, but two years ago it was determined that no matter what I did or did not do, a change would be made for this year." PHOTOS: Erin's sexy sideline reporter style in 2012.

Oliver was told of the changes last April, when the network's executives flew down to Atlanta (where she resides) to deliver the news in person.

She had initially been told that she would be taken off the sidelines immediately, but talked the executives into a 20th year as the reporter for the No. Andrews, who is pictured here, joined Fox from ESPN in 2012.

Williams was signed up to appear in the show in early 1990 but did not know exact details about his character.

on Sunday, July 13, revealing that it was initially painful after nearly 20 years with the network.

Just learned from this Richard Deitsch piece that Pam Oliver, the excellent, intelligent, informed Fox Sports NFL stalwart, will no longer serve as the network’s top sideline reporter. She knows how to interview, and doesn’t merely ask fluff nonsense.

Anyone who has worked in sports media long enough knows what this is. Oliver is, truly, as good as it gets at this sort of job.