Lovely Auburn grad Lindsay McCormick interviews lovely Auburn grad Katherine Webb for Esquire, asks her how she could date an Alabama player

At least Lindsay McCormick leaves no doubt as to where her football loyalties remain.

So we’ve reached out to New York Post cover girl Katherine Webb. Nothing so far. But Lindsay McCormick, another Auburn lovely that we interviewed three years ago when she first began making a sports media name for her own self (and who blew also blew up TWER traffic a year or so later after being romantically linked to a quarterback named Mark Sanchez), did manage to track down Miss Webb for an interview. And she asked the same questions we would have asked. So in some sort of six degrees of Auburn essence, here’s our interview with: Katherine Webb.

LM: For myself, and other Auburn fans around the globe, how do you not only date an Alabama fan, but their quarterback?

KW: The majority of my family is Auburn fans, and I grew up watching Auburn football and that’s always who I’ve cheered for. Of course, I love football, but I’m not one of those die-hard fans that never miss a game or with rooms devoted to team colors. At the end of the day, it’s just a game. It’s more about the person.

LM: Are you sure you’re from Alabama?

KW: Yeah, I was born and raised here.

LM: What about during the Iron Bowl?

KW: I haven’t thought that far in advance, yet.

LM: Well, then you certainly aren’t thinking this far ahead, but if you two were to have a child. We already know it would be victorious, but would it attend Auburn or Alabama?

KW:  If it was a boy, then Alabama, since their dad was an Alabama quarterback. If it was a girl, then I’ll let her choose. [Laughs.]


Read more of Linday’s interview with Katherine here. And read about Lindsay herself here. It’s a good story.

Related: Katherine Webb and Aubie.

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