On Monday afternoon, Washington defensive graduate assistant Gerald Alexander was reportedly in the office. Where else would he be on a Monday afternoon? By Monday evening, he was helping bring a human life into the world.
As his wife Krystina wrote in an Instagram post, her labor started at 4 p.m. Monday afternoon, and by 4:56 p.m. Kamari Alexander was born.
Alexander, a former Boise State player who now works with the Huskies' defensive backs, will now have a heck of an anecdote to help his players stay calm under pressure for the rest of his career.
(HT Seattle Times)