Molly McGrath, an ESPN sideline reporter, showcased her outfit on Saturday while covering the game between Florida State and Clemson.
Despite being just one field goal away from their first loss of the season, Florida State came out on top in overtime after Clemson missed their chance to score.
In an Instagram story, McGrath, a veteran ESPN sideline reporter, shared a post with her followers, proudly displaying her outfit. She acknowledged that there might be criticism from some online users, particularly men, but she expressed her indifference by writing, “When you know the men on the internet are going to hate your grandma print dress but you don’t care….”
Since joining the ESPN team in 2016, McGrath has been providing coverage for the network’s college sports broadcasts. She has covered various college football and basketball games, and has also worked as a sideline reporter for some XFL games. In addition to her reporting duties, McGrath regularly hosts shows like College Football Live and College Basketball Live.
Lately, McGrath’s outfits have been gaining attention and going viral. She has received well-deserved praise for her fashion choices.
In the game between Florida State and Clemson, the Florida State Seminoles quarterback completed 21 of 37 passes for 289 yards. He threw two touchdowns, both caught by Keon Coleman, and scored one rushing touchdown.
Clemson’s sophomore quarterback, Cade Klubnik, passed for 283 yards, and the team rushed for an additional 146 yards. However, their efforts were not enough as Florida State emerged victorious in overtime with a final score of 31-24.