December 30, 2012; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin reacts on the sidelines against the Cleveland Browns during the first quarter at Heinz Field. The Pittsburgh Steelers won 24-10.
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High-profile sports coaches are used to being in the spotlight. The only people that can possibly upstage them are their even hotter wives. Here’s a look at some of the hottest wives in sports …
The wife of San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh met her future husband in a P.F. Chang's parking lot in 2006. The Belton, Mo., native admits she had no clue what Harbaugh did for a living - and even told Stanford Magazine that she considered rejecting his initial dinner invitation.
Lane Kiffin has been coaching the USC Trojans for the past three years. He met the future Mrs. Kiffin after she took a job working for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' special events office. Coaching for the Bucs at that time? None other than Monte Kiffin, Lane's father.
Andy Enfield was recently named head coach of USC's men's basketball team after leading Florida Gulf Coast University to an impressive NCAA Tournament showing. His wife, a former model turned stay-at-home mom, is the newest bit of eye candy to join the Trojan coaching family. With these good looks, we're sure Mrs. Enfield will adjust to the L.A. lifestyle just fine.
Will Muschamp first met his wife while she was visiting family in Georgia during a summer break. The University of Florida head coach didn't officially begin dating her until she graduated from college. Although the couple has moved numerous times throughout their relationship, she always becomes a dedicated fan of whatever team her husband is coaching.
Mike Tomlin met his wife while the two were students at The College of William and Mary, where they were both athletes. Now that he's head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Tomlin's wife truly seems to have it all. The mother of three works as a magazine editor and runs her own successful fashion design business - all while juggling the many responsibilities that come with being a coach's wife.
Despite former slugger Mark McGwire's steroid-fueled past, we're 100 percent certain he hit a home run when he married his wife in 2002. The current Los Angeles Dodgers hitting coach and former pharmaceutical sales rep raised eyebrows when they posed for a famous magazine in 2005. Most recently, Mrs. McGwire and her husband created The Mark McGwire Foundation for Children to help victims of sexual abuse.
Forget head coach Steve Lavin - the real star of the St. John's University coaching staff is his wife of five years. The Flint, Mich., native met Lavin while attending a Lakers game in Los Angeles in 2003. She occasionally works as an actress, landing guest spots on a variety of TV shows. She hopes to use her time in New York to break into Broadway productions.
University of Kentucky head football coach Mark Stoops has a very supportive wife. When she's not on the field backing up her husband, she maintains an active account on a popular social networking site. Among her favorite activities are home decorating and art activities for their two sons, Will and Zack.
University of Georgia head football coach Mark Richt has a very special wife. She's a well-known presence on campus. On the field, she fills in as the team's water girl. Off the field, Mrs. Richt splits her time between caring for the family's four children - two of whom are adopted - and supporting various charitable causes throughout the state of Georgia.
Chris Mack's wife has a resume that extends far beyond her role as wife of the Xavier men's basketball coach. In college, she played guard for the women's basketball team and led in scoring for three out of four seasons. She now coaches at a high school in Cincinnati.
Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen first noticed his future wife when she worked as a weekend sports anchor in Toledo, Ohio. Mullen - then the quarterback coach at Bowling Green - started sending the future Mrs. Mullen email. Eventually, Dan convinced her to meet him over dinner. The two immediately hit it off, and since then, she has followed her husband from coaching job to coaching job - and has even managed to keep working as a sports journalist.
Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera met his future wife while the two were students at Cal. After an injury left his wife unable to continue playing on the Cal women's basketball team, she began focusing on coaching. While her husband has remained focused on coaching football at the professional level, she has served as a basketball coach in the WNBA, college and high school levels.
Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett's spouse isn't just another coach's attractive wife - she's also a graduate of Harvard Law School. Her Ivy League connections run even deeper than her Harvard degree. She met her future husband while the two were both college students in the late 1980s.
Dennis Allen's wife has been a visible presence in Oakland since her husband became the head coach of the Raiders in 2012. She regularly speaks at team events and participates in the Raiders' community outreach programs.
When Mike McCoy received the offer to become the head coach of the San Diego Chargers, his wife was instrumental in convincing her husband to take the job. The couple has two children, Olivia and Luke.
Before marrying Golden State Warriors head coach Mark Jackson, this woman spent several years performing on Broadway in a variety of musicals. Since then, she and her husband have served as co-pastors at True Love Worship Center in the Los Angeles area.
Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra shocked sports fans earlier in 2013 when he went public with his relationship with 24-year-old former dancer. Despite the recent revelation, the pair has reportedly been an item for over two years. She graduated from Florida International University with a degree in art history and works as the director of an art gallery.
University of Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian started dating his future wife when the two were students at rival high schools. The couple recently established a scholarship at UW to assist graduate students wishing to teach in Washington public schools.
While attending the University of Iowa, University of Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops met his wife. She almost instantly knew he would become her husband. The two married in 1988 after five years of dating. Today, she spends her time raising the couple's three children and working as a sales director.