But he hasn’t been alone for a majority of those years.
Mel and his wife, Kim, have lived in the Baltimore, Maryland area since they got married back in the late 1980s.
The beginning of her ESPN column said that “there’s only one person who can drag (Mel) away from football forecasting.” And it wasn’t her.
Instead, it was Lauren, who was just 6-years-old when the piece was written.
But nowadays, he “won’t let anyone but (her) cut his hair,” though the way that he styles it certainly isn’t her favorite.“That doesn’t mean that his gelled, slicked-back look is my choice, I cut it how he wants it,” Kim wrote.
than the draft guru seen by national television audiences,” Kim wrote.Kim saw the things her mother-in-law dealt with and offered to take over.That meant she was tasked with negotiating her husband’s contracts at ESPN as well as helping publish many of his books.Surprisingly, Mel’s infinite hours of everything football didn’t faze Kim, who wasn’t a huge sports fan to begin with.She said in At that time, I really didn’t know what Mel did.
Their relationship isn’t just an emotional one, as the business Mel has worked so hard to achieve is now a collaboration between the couple.