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Williams, visibly perturbed, suggested a producer forced Bernstein to ask the question, and said, "I could give a (expletive) about North Carolina right now.
I've got thirteen kids in that locker room that I love." Williams later apologized for his on-air profanity and accepted the North Carolina job one week later.
She also served as a correspondent for Sunday NFL Countdown and College Game Day and filed reports for Sports Center during the Major League Baseball post-season and the NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Championship.
Currently, Acosta co-hosts NBC network’s Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge.
Fields award for excellence in academics and athletics.
Bernstein maintains close ties to her alma mater, serving on the Board of Visitors for the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland and the advisory board for the Povich Center for Sports Journalism.
Responding to the incident, CBS Sports President Sean Mc Manus said, "Bonnie's questions were appropriate.
They had to be asked, and her performance was totally professional." In addition to her NFL and college basketball duties, Bernstein also hosted the NCAA Women's Gymnastics championship and CBS' Emmy-nominated anthology series, Championships of the NCAA, and served as a studio host for CBS Sports Desk and At The Half, CBS Sports' college basketball halftime studio show. In January 2006, Bernstein left CBS to and rejoined ESPN in July as a field reporter for Sunday Night Baseball on ESPN with Jon Miller and Joe Morgan and college football reporter for ESPN on ABC.