Cooper Rush Wife, Lauryn Rush: Bio, Age, Height, Husband

Cooper Rush

Cooper Rush is an American professional footballer and quarterback that was first signed by the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent in 2017. In 2017, he played college football at Central Michigan, and was signed by the Cowboys as an undrafted free agent. Before playing professionally, he played college football at Central Michigan University where he was named a member of the second-team All-MAC in 2015.

He led his team to back-to-back undefeated regular seasons. In 2011, he led his team to the state runner-up title, in 2010 and 2011.

In 2014, during his sophomore year, he played in the Bahamas Bowl against Western Kentucky. By the end of the third quarter, his team was losing 49-14, but they scored 4 unanswered touchdowns and were only behind by 7 points near the end of fourth quarter.

Cooper Rush Wife, Lauryn Rush

Lauryn Rush is the wife of Cooper Rush. Couple is also blessed with children. They have one daughter together.

Lauryn Rush Height & Weight

Lauryn Rush height is 5 feet 7 inches (approx.) and her body weight is around 64 kg. Also, Lauryn has got dark brown hair and a pair of black eyes. Her body measures 38-29-42 inches. She fits in a 7(US) size dress and she puts on shoe size of 5.5(US). She wears a Bra of size 36BB.

Lauryn Rush Wiki, Bio

Lauryn Rush Wiki/Bio
Real Name Lauryn Rush
Nick Name Lauryn
Age 25-years old
Net Worth $1.2 million
Birthday NA
Famous As Wife of Cooper Rush
Birthplace USA
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Ethnicity Mixed
Nationality American
Sexuality Straight
Religion Christianity
Height (approx.) In Feet Inches: 5′ 7″
In Meters: 1.70 m
In Centimetres: 170 cm
Weight (approx.) In Kilograms- 64 kg
In Pounds- 132 lbs
Body Measurements approx. 38-29-42 inches
Bra Cup Size 36 BB
Shoe Size 5.5 (US)
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair color Blonde
Husband Name Cooper Rush
Children? No

Lauryn Rush Husband

Lauryn Rush’s husband, Cooper Rush, finished his high school career throwing for 7,248 passing yards (455-for-734, 62 percent), 80 passing touchdowns, 1,438 rushing yards and 27 rushing touchdowns.

As a senior, he had 3,540 passing yards, 23 touchdowns, and 16 interceptions. He completed 59.8 percent of his passes but was accused of intentionally grounding the ball at Oklahoma State University, sparking controversy. Oklahoma State threw the ball away to end the game after an incorrect call by the officials gave Central Michigan victory. The game would have ended under college football rules, and Oklahoma State would have won the game.

However, officials gave Central Michigan an untimed down, and Rush threw a 51-yard Hail Mary pass to wide receiver Jesse Kroll, who made a lateral to fellow receiver Corey Willis at the 12-yard line before rushing for a touchdown with no time remaining for a 30–27 victory. The team lost 55–10 to Tulsa in the 2016 Miami Beach Bowl at the conclusion of the season.