Houston's Lindsay McCormick Hits The Big Time -- Dating Mark Sanchez
Lindsay McCormick is an ESPN type from Houston who, we have to admit, we've never heard of.
But her official bio says she "has appeared on ESPN Streak for the Cash and ESPN College Pick'em on ESPN.com, the MtvU music countdown show The Dean's List, The Coach Roges Show, The Dugout Sports Show, The Tige Rodgers Morning Show on Mix 96.7 as a guest analyst and as a sports reporter covering the Auburn University football team and NFL games for ESPN The Magazine."
And that doesn't really help, because we haven't heard of any of them either. We have heard of ESPN The Magazine. And Auburn University, come to think of it.
None of that matters now, though, because apparently McCormick is about to really go big -- she's the girlfriend of New York Jet QB Mark Sanchez, and in New York that's a big thing.
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"Lindsay McCormick Steals heart ofMmark Sanchez" reports one website.
"Mark and Lindsay have known each other as friends for a long time, but have been seeing each other for a few weeks. She's a freelance sports reporter and spends a lot of time working in Portland, Oregon, so they haven't been able to see a lot of each other", says the New York Post's Page Six.
Sanchez is fast becoming a big-time celebrity in New York; there hasn't been a media-savvy bachelor QB up there since Joe Namath, and Sanchez seems to be enjoying the ride.
And now he has a Houston native -- a stealer of hearts -- at his side. Best of luck, you two!!
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