NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MAY 18: Laura Rutledge attends the 1th Annual Sports Business Journalism Awards at New York Marriott Marquis Hotel on May 18, 2022 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)

Laura Rutledge sure knows how to make fans lose their minds.

The popular sportscaster, who is slated to be back for another season of NFL coverage on ESPN, is causing a major stir on social media over the latest picture she posted.

Over the weekend, Rutledge took to her Instagram page and shared a b@thr00m selfie and some other photos.

Her top-notch beauty shouldn’t be too much of a shock as she has been thrilling people with it for well over a decade.

Before her career in sports broadcasting, Rutledge competed in beauty pageants. In 2012, she was crowned Miss Florida, which led to her participation in the Miss America pageant the following year.

Rutledge attended the University of Florida, where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism. She gained prominence as a reporter for ESPN and the SEC Network. It seems she has gotten past the massive layoffs from the company and that bodes well for her as well as fans who like seeing her.

ESPN announces major broadcast change for MNF playoff clash involving Laura Rutledge as she faces hectic night in Tampa

ESPN has announced changes to its schedule as it provides blanket coverage of Monday’s NFL playoff clash.

The network will broadcast the Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the Philadelphia Eagles live from Tampa, Florida.

Laura Rutledge will feature heavily on ESPN’s coverage of Monday Night FootballCredit: Getty

Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will call MNF between the Eagles and Buccaneers on ABC and ESPNCredit: Getty

And ESPN bosses have gone all out with their coverage of the Monday Night Football showdown.

Buccaneers vs Eagles will be live on both ABC and ESPN from 8 pm ET.

There will also be a ManningCast featuring Peyton Manning and Eli Manning on ESPN2.

The network have decided against showing the Australian Open on a channel during the NFL, instead given football sole prominence.

Tennis fans will instead have to tune into ESPN Plus to watch the action from Melbourne, Australia.

Laura Rutledge will be part of the ESPN team for the game broadcast working a sideline.

She will join commentators Joe Buck and Troy Aikman, and regular sideline reporter Lisa Salters.

Rutledge is set for a busy day as she presents a double-length NFL Live during the buildup.

NFL Live usually airs from 4 pm to pm ET from the studio in Bristol, Connecticut.

But ESPN bosses have ditched NBA Today on Monday, which usually airs from 3 pm to 4 pm ET.

Instead, Rutledge will present NFL Live from Raymond James Stadium from 3 pm to pm.

She’ll then have a couple hours off to get ready for the live game broadcast alongside Buck, Aikman, and Salters.

Scott Van Pelt will present Monday Night Countdown from 6 pm ET, as well as SportsCenter after the game.

ESPN will also show a divisional round playoff game on the weekend of January 20-21.

It also has the Pro Bowl Games from February 1-4.