Laura Rutledge is a reporter and host on ESPN and the SEC Network. She is an American beauty queen from St. Petersburg, Florida, and was named Miss Florida in 2012. On May 16, 2017, she became the host of the SEC Network show “SEC Nation.” She became the host of ESPN’s best NFL show, “NFL Live,” on August 17, 2020.
She went to Celebration High School, a school in Celebration, Florida. In 2013, she tied the knot with baseball star Josh Rutledge. In this post, we’ll read everything about Laura and Josh’s relationship and how they get along.
How Laura And Josh Met And When They Got Married?
Laura’s husband, Josh Rutledge graduated from the University of Alabama in 2008, where he played shortstop for the baseball team. During his first season, he started 61 games and led the team in batting average hits and runs. During that season, he had a hit streak of 28 games. During his time in Alabama, he met the woman who would later become his wife.
According to a post on her Instagram page, Laura said that she met Josh at a “random” tailgate in Alabama. The two got along well and began dating. After dating for several years, Laura and Josh finally engaged in 2013 and tied the knot that same year.
Laura and Josh Rutledge have a daughter together, and they named her Reese.
On December 8, 2022, Laura and Josh celebrated their 9 years of togetherness. She posted a series of photos on her Instagram and captioned it, “9 years of sweet nothings, so many laughs, hard times we got through together and growing even closer than we were on December 7, 2013. So thankful for this life we’ve built and the people who have surrounded us with so much love along the way. All of me loves all of you ♥️”
All You Need To Know About Josh Rutledge, Laura’s Husband
Josh Alan Rutledge is an American who used to play infield for a professional baseball team. Rutledge attended Cullman High School in Birmingham, Alabama, where he was born and raised. Between 2012 and 2017, he played for the Colorado Rockies and the Boston Red Sox in Major League Baseball (MLB).
Rutledge went to Cullman High School, where he played baseball for four years and was a starter. In 2006, his batting average was.436 and he hit five home runs and drove in 33 runs. Cullman came in second place at the state championship for Class 5A. In 2007, Rutledge’s senior year, he hit.454, hit 12 home runs, and drove 69 runs, which helped his team win the state championship.
He was named the Class 5A Player of the Year by the Birmingham News and the Alabama Sports Writers Association. On December 21, 2017, Rutledge signed a deal with the San Francisco Giants to play in the minor leagues. After the 2018 season, Rutledge decided to retire.