Auburn alumna Lindsay McCormick has been appearing in the hit NBC drama Grimm. Here she is in the latest episode. (Image below, Lindsay is center in each image. Click image for animated gif.)
Of late, she's writing a column for the Esquire magazine blog.
Monday Morning Cheerleader: Mila of the Redskins
By Lindsay McCormick
Greatness can be as incalculable as it is impossible. In the NFL's fifth week, for example, there was Brady vs. Manning — the 104.6 QB rating vs. 116.2, the 74-percent completion rating vs. 70 percent — and the 10 impossible points between. There were the Colts, with 35 seconds and 3 points between their impossible win
and their incalculable ineptitude, and somehow they beat the defending champions. And then there were the Redskins, impossible to ignore this season under Robert Griffin III, and then, with a concussion nobody could have built into their fantasy lineup or their fate against the still-undefeated Falcons, counted down and out, 24-17, by an insurmountable fourth quarter. Here to make sense of all that and more is Mila — no, not that one, but the veteran Washington cheerleader who, like Griffin, was born in Japan and is a self-proclaimed military brat who's moved around more often than the predictability of this football season.
Most recently, in TV sports, Lindsay hosted the CBS Sports Network NFL Draft Live from Radio City Music Hall April 26th-28th.
Before that, Lindsay worked in Portland, Oregon for Comcast covering the NBA Trailblazers, 2010-2012. Prior to that she was with ESPN for about 2 years.
But, that's not the only star Auburn alumna out there. Cassidy Caukin (left) just celebrated her 2 year anniversary with ESPN, too. She travels with Gameday as an Event Production Assistant at ESPN. Cassidy is an
And there's even more. Wonderful Jesica Ahlberg is appearing on VH1's Single Ladies! Here she is in her first appearance - Episode 209, The Business of Friendship. (Image below, Jesica on left in each image. Click image for animated gif.)
And we cannot forget our own Carrie Williams - Emmy winner - and currently with Comedy Central as an Integrated Marketing Coordinator in New York.
Previously, Carrie was with MTV serving as a Comedy Central/Spike TV Client Service Representative from 2010 to 2012. Before that, Carrie was with NBC as Creator & Cast Member of Emmy Award-Winning Series, "NBC Interns" · May 2008 to Dec 2010. War Eagle!
And you may remember her on campus as the Eagle Eye Television News Station Manager, Executive Producer, Field Reporter from Sep 2006 to May 2010.
We're very proud of all our alums. Congratulations to all of them as they live out their dreams. War Eagle!
And, we have another story coming soon of yet another alumna working in TV out in Hollywood. You'll love that story!