Rachel Glandorf is the new wife of former Texas Longhorns quarterback Colt McCoy. The two got married last weekend after getting engaged in January of this year. They had a beautiful wedding, and Jordan Shipley, McCoy's former teammate, even serenaded him with a personalized wedding song, which, of course, mentioned his rival Tim Tebow. Colt popped the question at the Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Texas. The couple walked into the empty stadium, and "Will you marry me?" was...Read Full Story
Getty ImagesRachel Glandorf got engaged to Colt McCoy, the former Texas Longhorns quarterback, last night at the Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. The couple walked into the empty stadium, and "Will you marry me?" was written on the HD scoreboard screen. Rachel turned to see her man on one knee. She, of course, said yes. Rachel (born June 15, 1987) is a former track & field competitor at Baylor University. In a recent ESPN article about McCoy, blogger Rick Reilly called Glandorf...Read Full Story
Rachel Diane Glandorf (born June 15, 1987) is a former track & field competitor at Baylor University known for dating University of Texas star quarterback Colt McCoy. In a recent ESPN article about McCoy, blogger Rick Reilly called Glandorf "hotter than shrimp vindaloo." Rachel Glandorf was born in Los Angeles, but has attended Baylor since 2006. She's been spotted at Texas games where she roots for Colt next to his father in the stands, and she's a budding television sports journalist...Read Full Story
Colt McCoy is making an honest woman out of Rachel Glandorf, according to a report from the Associated Press.He brought her to Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium and flashed “Will You Marry Me” on the giant scoreboard.When she turned around, McCoy was on his knee to propose.She said yes.McCoy injured his right throwing shoulder in the Longhorns'37-21 loss to Alabama in the national championship game last week.Glandorf seems to have a love of journalism, as evidenced by the following work...Read Full Story
Colt McCoy popped the question in true Texas fashion.
The former quarterback for Longhorns football brought girlfriend Rachel Glandorf to Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on Monday evening. Once they got to the field, he had "Will You Marry Me?" plastered onto stadium's giant hihg-def scoreboard.
When Glandorf turned around, McCoy was already down on one knee, ready to propose.
McCoy injured his right throwing arm in the Texas Longhorns' 37-21 defeat at the hands of Alabama in the...Read Full Story