David Blough, Lions rooting on Melissa Gonzalez will warm your heart

David Blough, Lions rooting on Melissa Gonzalez will warm your heart

Gonzalez and Blough are high school sweeties from Creekview High School in Carrollton, Texas. Blough went on to play quarterback for the Purdue Boilermakers in the Big Ten, while Gonzalez remained in-state to run track for the Texas Longhorns in the Big 12. Blough had to remain behind for Lions training camp, here are he and his Detroit colleagues cheering her on Friday.
Gonzalez received the 400m difficulty semifinals while the men were seeing back in Michigan.

Melissa Gonzalez, Team Colombia. (Photo by Matthias Hangst/Getty Images).
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David Blough and the Detroit Lions threw a watch celebration to see his other half Melissa Gonzalez certify for the womens 400m hurdle semifinals on Friday.
While Melissa Gonzalez competes in the 2020 Tokyo Games for Colombia, her hubby David Blough and his Detroit Lions colleagues are rooting her on back in the United States during their training camp.

Melissa Gonzalez– other half of Lions QB David Blough got approved for the womens 400m difficulty semifinals Friday night.
Blough commemorated and saw along with teammates and other Lions staff as Gonzalez qualified. Today is likewise Bloughs birthday.
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Gonzalez and Blough are high school sweethearts from Creekview High School in Carrollton, Texas. Blough went on to play quarterback for the Purdue Boilermakers in the Big Ten, while Gonzalez stayed in-state to run track for the Texas Longhorns in the Big 12. Blough had to stay behind for Lions training camp, here are he and his Detroit colleagues cheering her on Friday.
While he would have enjoyed absolutely nothing more than to have actually been in Tokyo in-person, it is terrific to see he and his teammates root on Gonzalez, as she tries to meet her lifelong dream of winning Olympic gold.

David Blough and Detroit Lions colleagues cheer on his partner Melissa Gonzalez.
Certainly, the whole international pandemic has made things particularly tough for the Olympics to happen in the very first place. Even though we have a vaccine for COVID-19, many of the exact same health constraints are in location, as the infection mutates and effect the livelihoods of everybody included.

Blough is not excepted to play much in his third season out of Purdue, it is not like he can take a trip across the world in the latter part of July. He has a football season to prepare for. While he would have enjoyed nothing more than to have remained in Tokyo in-person, it is fantastic to see he and his colleagues root on Gonzalez, as she tries to meet her lifelong dream of winning Olympic gold.
Here is to Gonzalez being one step closer to becoming an Olympic medalist for Colombia this year.