Beaver Nation is familiar with Jordan Poyer; the former Oregon State star and current Buffalo Bills safety just helped lead the Bills back to the playoffs after a seriously long drought and he is also married to Rachel Bush, who is a famous instagram model/star (2018 is a weird time to be alive).
Anyways, Rachel Bush has over 600,000 instagram followers and Poyer has long been the envy of single men everywhere for being married to her. Yesterday it was reported that Jordan Poyer cheated on Rachel Bush. They’ve unfollowed each other on social media and Rachel took back her maiden name “Bush” instead of going by “Poyer”. Read more about the drama here.
Infidelity has got to be awful for a marriage and to have it play out it in the public eye probably doesn’t help. Jordan Poyer has been taking some serious heat on social media ever since the rumors started to leak out and judging from his mentions he might be one of the most hated men in the United States (or Canada for that matter). Poyer took to Twitter Thursday night to own his mistake and try to move on from the situation.
In life we all make mistakes. Best thing to do is learn from them and to not make the same mistake twice. Letting down the ppl that mean the most to me sucks ..I’m sorry @Rachel__Bush I love you to death .. can’t wait for us to grow stronger— Jordan poyer (@J_poyer21) July 27, 2018
- In happier news, fresh off a national championship; Kyle Nobach has accepted a position as the associate head coach for the Everett Community College baseball team. The senior outfielder wasn’t drafted in the 2018 MLB draft, but was a huge reason Oregon State was able to overcome adversity and win it all in Omaha. This is a big opportunity for Nobach to start his coaching career.
#TrojanNation has big news. We are very excited to announce Kyle Nobach, EVCC and OSU alumni has accepted the Associate Head Coach title!!! He will bring a work ethic that is unmatched. Welcome back home! @K_Nobach28 #GrindTime #TrojanUp— Everett CC Baseball (@EvCC_Baseball) July 24, 2018
- Lastly, it’s preseason watch list award time for football. Sumner Houston was recently named to the Rimington trophy watch list and now Trevon Bradford has been named to the Wuerffel trophy watch list. The Wuerffel trophy is given annual to the college football player “who best combines exemplary community service with athletic and academic achievement”. Bradford is an electric athlete and fantastic person, who could have a huge junior season.