Colt McCoy and Rachel Glandorf: Tim Tebow Talk Overshadows Wedding
Cleveland Browns draft pick and Texas Longhorns legend Colt McCoy married his long-time girlfriend Rachel Glandorf last weekend.
The quarterback spent most of his college days in the shadow of the QB Jesus, Tim Tebow. So don't you think he could have just one day without hearing about the greatest player ever?
Not so much.
His best friend and former teammate Jordan Shipley made sure the Gators great was part of the happy day one way or another.
"When I Grow Up ..."
Shipley, now a member of the Cincinnati Bengals, joined the band at the McCoys' wedding reception to sing a song.
It turns out Shipley has a pretty decent voice and is a decent songwriter.
The song: "When I Grow Up, I Want To Be Just Like Colt McCoy".
About two minutes into the good-natured ribbing of McCoy which is sure to be a new Longhorns cult favorite—or colt favorite, ha!—Shipley and singer Aaron Watson make the crowd go wild.
McCoy threw up his hands when the duo sang, "Getting sick and tired of people getting fired up, when he's rubbin' elbows with Tim Tebow!"
The Sappy Couple
McCoy and Glandorf have been an item for years.
When McCoy finally decided to propose to his sweetheart, he stole the keys to Texas Memorial Stadium and proposed to Glandorf on bended knee with a big message on the scoreboard.
The New Mrs. McCoy
Glandorf is a former Baylor track and field standout.
She's six feet tall and blonde and has done the occasional sexy photo shoot.
Causing a Stir for the Cameras
Glandorf became a big hit with the randier members of Longhorn Land when cameras caught this picture of her at a game.
Hook 'em, Horns!
A Career of Her Own
Glandorf is a sports reporter at an Austin TV station and has already been talked about on the Interwebs as the next hot sideline reporter.
But She'll Always Be Colt's Cutie
Glandorf became a bit of a celebrity after the news of the engagement broke and she was never shy about taking photos with the Texas faithful.
It's the sort of glad handing she'll have to get used to for the rest of her married life with McCoy.
No matter how he does in the NFL, he'll always be legendary in Austin.
Of course, not as big as Tim Tebow, but then again, who is really?