College GameDay fan uses sign to propose

  • <a href="">Taylor Lewan Jersey</a> Planning a wedding proposal is stre sful, as it's likely a moment you'll remember for a long time. It's surely more stre sful when you make it a public proposal. One college football fan, named Dack Lambert took it a step further, using ESPN's "College GameDay" to propose to his girlfriend Lexi on national television.Dack created a sign (a tradition on "College GameDay") asking, " <a href="">Steve McNair Jersey</a> Lexi will you marry me?" His sign was displayed prominently throughout the broadcast, and social media was quick to notice it. Some thought it was odd to propose on a television show while others simply wanted to know what the answer was.So Dack isnt proposing to Lexi in person? David Wysong (@DavidWysong_) I need ESPN to have Lexi and Dack updates on their ticker tape. Yeoman's Play (@YeomansPlay) MORE: There were also other concerns.The way <a href="">Derrick Henry Jersey</a> "College GameDay" is set up makes it difficult to see the people who actually made the signs. We all laugh at their clever captions without ever really giving them the proper credit. So just how many Lexis are out there with a boyfriend named Dack thinking this proposal was for them? <a href="">Kamalei Correa Jersey</a> I hope they showed his face...otherwise with all the Lexi's and Dack's in this world, how will the right Lexi know which Dack is proposing AJ (@ajem2416) Thankfully, the correct Lexi saw the sign from Dack, and college football fans got the news they've been waiting for:Lexi said yes.Hey , Lexi said YES! Dack Lambert (@DackLambert) In case you were wondering, Lexi said <a href="">Tennessee Titans Jersey</a> YES to Dack!!!! GBR mackenzie (@hadalittleLAMBo) We love a happy ending.

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