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Erin Andrews joins 'Griffining' craze
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Erin Andrews joins 'Griffining' craze

Published Sep. 15, 2012 1:00 a.m. ET

The 'Griffining' fad just got a lot more fashionable.

FOX Sports broadcaster Erin Andrews was spotted on the FOX College Saturday set doing her best impersonation of Robert Griffin III's pose, and there's a Twitter photo to prove it.

Griffin was knocked to the ground shortly after throwing his first NFL touchdown pass in Week 1 against the New Orleans Saints. As he watched Pierre Garcon haul in the pass and run for a 88-yard score, Griffin made the pose in celebration.

Following the game the pose was coined 'Griffining,' which has the chance to turn into the 2012 version of Tebowing.


The tweet of Andrews, which came from the NFL on FOX Twitter account, gave fans the option to tweet back their best 'Griffining' impersonation for a chance to get on air.

It's safe to say Andrews is certainly helping boost the 'Griffining' craze.


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