Unless you live under a rock with no wifi access, you know the ultimate romantic story of the 21st century went viral last week, when a UW Madison student declared her love for a boy in a Vikings jersey on their school's Snapchat geotag story, leading the entire school to got involved and bring the two snap-crossed lovers together IRL.
25, in Valhalla, Cartwright Center-Gunning Addition. The program is part of the university’s Campus Activities Board 2011-12 series.
Coleman is the real-life basis for the Will Smith film “Hitch.” He has spoken to more than 2 million people in all 50 states, Canada and Europe, and another 20 million through TV, radio and print.
“Of course I’m frustrated with Bronson, with all this dicking around he’s been doing. “Anyways, he’s been skipping practice and didn’t even make an appearance in the Michigan game.
This kind of behavior is absolutely unacceptable.” When asked if he’d take away Koenig’s starting position as a punishment, Gard laughed, replying, “And replace him with Brevin Pritzl?
But it left us wondering what happened after Mystery Girl and Vikings Fan met in real life. When Abby sent her snap professing her love for the boys in the Vikings jersey, she didn't really think anyone would ever see it.
New York Magazine tracked the Snapchat couple down and got the deets on how they've been dealing with their newfound viral fame and what went down after their fateful meeting. "I didn't think my snap would even get posted," Abby told NYMag, explaining she'd sent tons of snaps to the geotag in the past that never made the cut .
The official nickname for the school athletic teams, students and alumni are the “Huskies”, or more informally “The Dawgs”.
The costumed school mascot is named “Harry the Husky”.
This should be an easy task considering the final two games are at the Kohl Center.
However, one obstacle stands in our way and that obstacle is Bronson Koenig.
"I was thinking some girl was throwing hate at the Vikings or something, and I went on there ready to fire right back," Reed said.