Jenn Sterger is an American TV personality and a model. Sterger was one of a group called the FSU Cowgirls, known for wearing skimpy clothing and cowboy hats to football games. Sterger also posed for "Maxim and Playboy" magazines and she became a spokesperson for Dr. Pepper and Sprint.
Jenn Sterger was featured on the E! Entertainment Television show, "Byte Me: 20 Hottest Women" of the Web it was originally aired in March 2008, where she was on the #19 on their list. Jenn Sterger later on became the regular segment host on the ABC show Race to March Madness it is a nationally televised weekly show for best teams in NCAA men's basketball. In 2011, Sterger has worked as a reporter on specials for "Fuel TV" as well as a former online columnist for Sports Illustrated. By the year 2012 she moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue her acting career