Archive for the 'College Sports' Category

Not About the Wins Podcast

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The pressure to win is ever present in the sports world. But that drive for achievement is also evident in the home, on the job, even in church. On Sports Spectrum, we’ll take a look at handling the pressure to succeed with former big league pitcher, Burt Hooton and Charlotte Eagles soccer coach, Mark Steffans….

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Not About the Game Podcast

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The thrill of a walk-off home run, a three-pointer at the buzzer, or a game winning touchdown pass—these are sports moments that electrify fans and players alike. But they can’t compare to the excitement that comes from a daily walk with Jesus Christ. On Sports Spectrum, you’ll hear from Baylor University baseball coach, Steve Smith…

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Not About the Money Podcast

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Whether in sports or everyday life, our culture pushes a relentless pursuit of the almighty dollar. On Sports Spectrum, we’ll examine what God has to say about money and its role in our lives. Join us as we visit with former NFL player, Spencer Tillman and college basketball coach, Bob Hoffman. We’ll discover why it’s…

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Trades and Today’s Athlete Podcast

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Today’s professional athlete can play for one team today and end up competing for an entirely different team tomorrow. On Sports Spectrum, we’ll discuss how we can honor God in the midst of changing circumstances. We’ll talk with former Major League baseball infielder, Tony Graffanino, as well as Julie McKay, wife of Virginia basketball assistant…

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Maintaining Self-Control Podcast

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We all face moments when our witness for Christ is put to the test, especially when it calls for maintaining self-control. When you join us on Sports Spectrum, we’ll seek direction on keeping our cool from Cincinnati Reds infielder, Skip Shumaker. We’ll also gain valuable insight from Tim Maloney, director of basketball operations at Baylor…

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The Ultimate Reward

There can be no argument that John Wooden has been the most successful college basketball coach of all time. Certainly, other coaches have surpassed him in total wins and winning percentage, but in a sport (like so many sports) where winning is lifted above all else, Wooden nevertheless stands alone. During his extraordinary coaching career…

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Every Game Counts Podcast

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When it comes to the playoffs, every game counts!  Join the Sports Spectrum team as they examine the pressure of the post season, and find principles that can help us both on and off the court. We’ll hear from Mike Rupp of the NHL’s Minnesota Wild, as well as Orlando Magic broadcaster, David Steele.  “Every…

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Making Your Wrongs Right Podcast

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Admitting we’re wrong is one thing. But making those wrongs right is quite another. On Sports Spectrum we’ll take a look at what the Bible says about correcting our mistakes. We’ll visit with Clemson football chaplain, James Trapp, and Tennessee assistant women’s basketball coach, Dean Lockwood, about “Making Your Wrongs Right” on this edition of Sports Spectrum.

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On the Clock–Making the Most of our Time with God Podcast

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This weekend, NFL teams will only have a few minutes to make a strategic draft pick designed to improve their roster and pave a path to success for the entire organization. On Sports Spectrum, we’ll talk to head coach of the Detroit Lions, Jim Caldwell, about the importance of “being on the clock,” and making…

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The Big Game

So here it is—at last. After thousands of hours of regular season games, hundreds of hours of tournament games, and uncountable hours of anxious anticipation, the moment of the tip-off for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Game is at hand. Tonight, two great teams—the UConn Huskies and the Kentucky Wildcats—will face each other at AT&T…

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