Jamie Erdahl, lead SEC on CBS sideline reporter, reportedly lands new gig
Jamie Erdahl has been on the sidelines of the biggest games in college football for the last several years, serving as the lead sideline reporter for the “SEC on CBS” since 2018 while also working the network’s college basketball and March Madness coverage.
But Erdahl may be reportedly heading to New York and the NFL Network’s popular “Good Morning Football”. According to the New York Post’s Ryan Glasspiegel and Andrew Marchand, Erdahl is set to be named the replacement for former host Kay Adams, who exited the program after nearly 6 years.
Adams’ future destination has not been revealed yet, but she was rumored to be in negotiations to host Amazon Prime Video’s “Thursday Night Football” coverage starting this fall before the streaming service reportedly chose FOX Sports’ Charissa Thompson.
Erdahl has been part of the CBS Sports team since 2014, and was promoted to the “SEC on CBS”‘s lead sideline reporter role ahead of the 2018 season, replacing Allie LaForce, who joined Turner Sports.
This is the 2nd-to-last year for CBS’s SEC coverage, as the package will shift to ESPN in 2024.