Category  |  Football

‘Tis The Season

Everywhere you look, the signs of the season are visible—chips, popcorn, and soda being purchased in large portions. Team jerseys, jackets, and hats being proudly displayed. Team flags flying and team fight songs being sung. The season of which I speak, of course, is college football’s bowl season.

It is amazing the way the bowl season has grown (not everyone…

A Thankful Heart

It’s Thanksgiving weekend! And on this weekend’s special edition of  Sport.Org Radio, we’ll hear how this year has been a blessing to Orlando Magic broadcaster, David Steele. We’ll also welcome Liberty University’s assistant football coach Ron Brown, and Motor Racing Outreach President Billy Mauldin for a reflection on the past season. Join us when we express “A Thankful Heart,” on Sport.Org Radio!…

Coaching: It's More Than Wins And Losses

For coaches in today’s world of sports, it’s either win, or risk losing their job. On Sport.Org Radio, we’ll find out how some coaches cope with the pressure and seek to honor God in the process. Among our guests is Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach, Lovie Smith. Discover why coaching is more than wins and losses on Sport.Org Radio!

Making The Tough Call

Sometimes leaders are required to make tough decisions. And on Sport.org Radio, we’ll visit with college football trainer John Spiker and Arizona State football chaplain Ricardo Stewart to hear about times they’ve been called upon to make difficult choices. Their insight will help us know what to do when we’re asked to “make the tough call.” Join us for Sport.org Radio!

The Power of Story

One of the first times I heard a Christian athlete tell his faith-story was when I was a mere freshman in Bible college. It was John Cartwright, who had followed Roger Staubach as the quarterback at the Naval Academy and broken many of Staubach’s passing records there. He had come to help coach our school’s new football team, and actually…

Filling Big Shoes

We are now well-into the 2015 college football season, and already the pressure is beginning to mount. Every game is critical, as a single loss could knock top teams out of the possibility of the NCAA playoffs later in the season, and everyone feels a measure of pressure to stay on top of their game.

For some players, however, all…

Building A Network of Support

Every NFL, college, or high school football coach understands the importance of building a network of support. On Sport.org Radio, we’ll find out why this network is vital to growth and effectiveness, not only on the field, but in every area of life. Hear from Butler University athletic director Barry Collier when you tune in for Sport.org Radio!

Sharing Our Faith: How, When & Why

Think about the many conversations you’ve had this week. Did you talk about sports, the weather, or your faith in Christ? When you join us on Sport.org Radio we’ll discuss “How, When, and Why We Share Our Faith.” We’ll also hear the thoughts of NFL linebacker, Chase Blackburn. I hope you’ll join us on this edition of Sport.org Radio!

Freedom From Anger

Fireworks are fun on the Fourth of July. But when explosions show up in everyday life, it’s a serious matter. On Sport.org Radio, we’ll take a look at “Freedom from Anger.” The Bible has a lot to say about this powerful emotion. Taking part in our discussion will be former LPGA pro Tracy Hanson and Virginia Tech Football Chaplain Dave Gittings.…

Getting In Sync

When I was in college, our football team played against Gallaudet—a school for the hearing-impaired in the Washington DC area. It was fascinating to watch, and I wondered how the quarterback would call for the snap at the line of scrimmage. Their plan, however, was for an assistant coach on the sidelines to beat a cadence on a bass drum…