Meet Amanda Marcum Enfield, wife of Florida Gulf Coast coach Andy Enfield

amanda-marcum-enfield-model-florida-gulf-coast.jpg Florida Gulf Coast just pulled off an historic upset in the 2013 NCAA men's basketball tournament. But guess who everybody is buzzing about? The coach's wife.

Much like Katherine Webb rocketed to fame in the sports world when she was featured on camera during the Alabama-Notre Dame national championship game, Amanda Marcum Enfield is about to become one of the names of March Madness.

She was featured on screen during her husband Andy Enfield's huge upset over Georgetown Friday night (March 22) -- and she happens to be very pretty.

So pretty, in fact, that she is a model who has walked the runway for Chanel and Jean Paul Gaultier, according to this profile. It also says she's been in ads for Victoria's Secret and Armani, and on covers of Elle, Maxim and Vogue.

Amanda met Andy in 2003, when a friend introduced them and he gave her a ride to Boston to watch her Oklahoma State Cowboys play in the NCAA tournament. They had their first date to an NIT game and six months later were engaged. They've been married eight years.
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