Andy Enfield has been the talk of the NCAA tournament for two reasons: his Florida Gulf Coast squad became the first 15 seed to reach the Sweet 16, and he has a super model for a wife. We’re still trying to figure out which accomplishment is more surprising.
Give credit to Enfield, because at least he recognizes how much he outkicked his coverage to land his wife.
During an interview with ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi, Enfield was asked what he thinks people think when they see him with his wife.
“How did that dude get her? That’s pretty much it,” Enfield responded. “No, I overachieved big time. They point out the gap between my teeth, my hair — or lack of it, every other thing else about my appearance. But it’s all good. We take it in stride … we laugh about it.”
Even though the pairing seems unlikely, it’s easy to see what Enfield has going for him. He was a top basketball player and student at Johns Hopkins and, as we can see, he is an excellent basketball coach.
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