The honeymoon will have to wait for Josh Bright and his bride-to-be. The former Delta State quarterback plans to get married on July 20. Five days later he starts his first NFL training camp with the Baltimore Ravens. So instead of sharing candlelit dinners and a hot tub at some island resort with his new wife, Bright will be sharing cafeteria chow and a whirlpool in the training room with his new teammates. Sandra Lynn Lightsey, the future Mrs. Bright, understands and intends to stand by her man. ``I plan on going up there for some of the (preseason) games,'' said Lightsey, who like Bright, grew up in Batesville. Bright was at the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum in Jackson Thursday for a news conference promoting the Conerly Trophy. Bright won the award as the best college football player in Mississippi in 2000, when as a junior he led the Statesmen to a Division II national championship. Bright ran and passed for more than 1,000 yards that season. Injuries slowed him as a senior, but his speed and size caught the attention of professional scouts.