Andrews found the sign quite amusing, responding on Twitter with a simple “Haha.”Check it out:Haha 🏈❤️🏈❤️ https://t.co/KQNUM15cT0— Erin Andrews (@ErinAndrews) September 7, 2019Andrews spent time as a co-host on College GameDay and sideline reporter for ESPN. She then moved over to FOX Sports to become a full-time reporter for the company’s NFL coverage.There are nearly two hours left on the show, which means it’s possible that another sign on GameDay receives significant attention from its national audience.College GameDay is being aired on ESPN until noon ET, as Kirk Herbstreit, Lee Corso and Desmond Howard give their analysis on all the top games on the schedule in Week 2. DENVER, CO – SEPTEMBER 17: Fox sideline reporter Erin Andrews works on the sideline during a game between the Denver Broncos and the Dallas Cowboys at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on September 17, 2017 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)ESPN’s College GameDay is electric on this Saturday as its crew previews the Texas-LSU game that will take place. As usual, there are a handful of great signs in the crowd.We already saw an interesting sign go viral that said “We want Maryland.” This is because Texas has lost to Maryland in back-to-back meetings.It appears there’s another sign at College GameDay that has caught the eye of a famous media personality.Toward the second hour of the show, a sign that reads “Bring Back Erin Andrews” was caught on camera. Clearly, the former ESPN reporter was paying attention.
The suspects, from Baucau and the villages of Olobai and Boromatan in Viqueque, have been brought to Dili for questioning.Clashes between youth groups from two villages last month left two people dead, roughly 40 houses burned and 25 partially destroyed. The situation in Viqueque has since been calm, UNTAET said.In other news, the Portuguese-run Fire Brigade in East Timor handed over its equipment to the East Timor Transitional Administration (ETTA) in a ceremony today in Dili, the UN mission reported.The Brigade started its operations in East Timor in September 1999, as part of the humanitarian assistance provided by the Portuguese Government. The aid package includes equipment and refurbishment of fire stations for a total amount of $ 636,000. Fire stations have since been established in Dili, Aileu and Baucau districts.Meanwhile, ETTA’s Border Service last week seized around 40,000 cigarettes that had been smuggled from Indonesian West Timor into East Timor in a car belonging to an international non-governmental organization.Since July 2000, the Border Service has seized dutiable goods, mainly cigarettes and alcohol, with assessed penalties for the amount of around $300,000.