Murray St. D-Lineman Gets Married After Practice, Right After Practice
(Screengrab Courtesy: Murray St. Athletics)
Imagine if you will: You're a College Football player and you've found the "Love of Your Life". The two of you decide you want to make a statement of your commitment to each other by getting married.
Murray State Racers Defensive Lineman Bishop Woods and his fiancee' Caitlin Myers decided they could wait no longer.
So Wednesday on a rainy afternoon--at the end of practice, Woods and Myers decided they'd exchange vows and make it official.
So the two walked to midfield at Roy Stewart Stadium with Offensive Line Coach Brian Hamilton in tow. Woods discovered Hamilton is an ordained minister...so he asked the coach to be his "Officiant".
Hamilton happily obliged and helped the couple with their vows as Woods--still in his uniform and Myers--dressed for the occasion became a family.
As you can hear in the video below..it appears Woods's teammates were just out of camera view as you can hear them cheer after the ceremony.