Sarah Spain is a SportsCenter Anchor for Chicago's ESPN1000 and a reporter for ESPNChicago.com. She's a proud Cornell alum and a huge Chicago sports fan. You can follow her on Twitter @SarahSpain.
In this edition of Snark Attack, Sarah Spain documents the highs and lows from the 86th Academy Awards by the best tweets during the epic night.
In "That's What She Said," Sarah Spain is sad to report that two months into "The Bachelor," Juan Pablo Galavis has devolved from charming to brainless and self-absorbed.
One year ago, Sarah Spain profiled five athletes aiming for the 2014 Winter Olympics. Today she checks back in with them to see whose dreams came true, and whose were dashed.
Save the on-the-field statistics for the sports junkies. Sarah Spain takes a look at the numbers compiled from a sampling of Super Bowl XLVIII viewers.
Missed all the action from Super Bowl XLVIII? Recap all the highlights and lowlights as Sarah Spain took over the @espnW Twitter feed.
From Manhattan to East Rutherford, Sarah Spain is writing about her Super Week adventures in her weeklong diary, "Spain and the City."
Need a reason to get on board with the Broncos-Seahawks Super Bowl? Sarah Spain has 25 of them, from the hilarious to the touching, in That's What She Said.
Drama! Catfights! And that was just this year's football games. Throw in some fashion fails and surprising upsets and you got Sunday's NFL and Golden Globes wrapped up into a reality TV win.
Juan Pablo Galavis may have his work cut out for him in this season's "The Bachelor." Sarah Spain lets us know what we have in store (cleavage and sequins, frontrunners and red flags).
In That's What She Said, Sarah Spain unveils the S.E.L.F.I.E. Method for making sure you get to the gym. Turns out the threat of shame and indignity is a powerful motivator.
'Twas the night before Christmas and in Sarah Spain's home, it was time for the annual "That's What She Said" poem.
Put holiday cheer aside for a moment. In honor of Festivus, Sarah Spain has a long list of sports grievances to air in "That's What She Said," from the ugly to the rude to the just plain dumb.
Mike Ditka is a living legend in Chicago, so who better than Sarah Spain to recap the coach's big day in the Windy City.
The recent news of Derrick Rose's season-ending injury put Sarah Spain down in the dumps. But the holiday season, and a few classic sports moments to be thankful for, are raising her spirits.
Colorado may not have the best college football program in the country, but it did win Sarah Spain's "Best College Football Tradition" poll. So, she is living out Buffs Game Day through the eyes of student skier Brooke Wales.
Sarah Spain picks the best and worst of the NHL's first quarter, from awesome performances and facial hair to ugly behavior and uglier sweaters, in this week's That's What She Said.