Oct 18, 2021 · Longtime ESPN college football and basketball reporter Allison Williams said over the weekend that she will be leaving the network over its Covid-19 vaccine mandate. "I have been denied my...
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- Elisha Fieldstadt
Allison Williams (born January 18, 1984) is an American sportscaster with Fox Sports and formerly ESPN and former host for select pregame/postgame shows for Marlins Live. She did field reporting with play-by-play man Rich Waltz and color commentator Tommy Hutton.  Broadcasting career [ edit]
- University of Miami
- Former ESPN Sideline Reporter
Aug 2, 2022 · Allison Williams is no longer a free agent. The college football sideline reporter is headed to Fox Sports, following her contentious split from ESPN in October 2021 over the company’s...
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Oct 6, 2010 · Allison Williams (@AllisonW_Sports) / Twitter Follow Allison Williams @AllisonW_Sports Sports Reporter and mom (to 2 humans and 6 chickens) definitely not Brian Williams’ daughter instagram.com/allison__willi… Joined October 2010 690 Following 55.4K Followers Replies Media Allison Williams @AllisonW_Sports · Mar 16
- October 2010
Jan 12, 2023 · Former ESPN reporter Allison Williams is suing the sports network after she was fired in 2021 for failing to comply with the company's COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Williams and former ESPN...
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- Cydney Henderson, USA TODAY
Mar 2, 2023 · Allison Williams is an American sportscaster who works for Fox Sports and is the former host of Marlins Live on ESPN. Many renowned figures such as Jamie Little, Molly McGrath, Laura Rutledge, and Bonnie Bernstein have worked with ESPN, and Williams began her career alongside these accomplished reporters.
Jan 14, 2015 · A jury in U.S. District Court in Clarksburg on Wednesday ordered each defendant to pay Allison Williams $800,000 for damaging the 2003 beauty queen's reputation and invading her privacy. "This...