Story of the day
Here’s a story about an Oklahoma State University player whose parents were killed because they were Christian. Seven-foot Teeng Akol is starting to grasp the college game better and feels like he’ll be able to contribute more to OSU next year. It’s been a long road for the Lost Boy from Sudan.
Although this Iowa lineman is at the NFL combine, his dream is to one day be a missionary to Africa. He’s initially projected as a “second day guy” which means he won’t be taken in the first two rounds, and from what the ‘experts’ are saying, he’ll be taken late in the draft.
Via text message, Kurt Warner informed the Arizona Republic that he is “leaning,” in the direction of returning for another season as Arizona Cardinals quarterback.
The coach, most recently at Clemson, is speaking at a Georgia FCA Banquet. Here’s a nice collection of stories on the Bowdens and their faith. After reading the first story about Tommy, I’m impressed by his discipline. An hour every morning…
I saw this story about Jim Tressel, about how a recruit dressed like him at his signing day, and thought about this one in FCA’s Sharing the Victory Magazine, which also has a headline about his sweater vest.
FCA leader dies
A former University of Georgia football player and a present-day FCA leader died. Friends gathered to honor his memory.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is offering a Surf Camp in New Jersey.