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21

2014

Movies That Could Change a Nation

When it rains and you live on the beach there’s not much you can do other than go to the movies. As a Christian, you usually have limited options, because most movies today have a heavy dose of cursing, nudity, or excessive violence. And in my day, I must admit that I have seen movies [...]


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14

2014

Winning with Defense

One of the things I have always liked about football is that there are so many similarities with Christianity. During my coaching career, I worked primarily with the offensive side of the ball. During the season, our goal every week as an offensive staff was to devise a game plan that exposed the weakness of [...]


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07

2014

Winning Character – What Cards Are You Holding?

I was an assistant coach for 19 years before I became a head coach. I always believed that if I ever became a head coach, I would succeed if I could get my players to grasp five basic foundations of character: commitment, accountability, responsibility, discipline, and sacrifice. If you take the first letter of each [...]


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06

30

2014

Why The PAC 12 Is The Conference to Beat in 2014

Why does the PAC 12 have the best chance to dethrone the SEC as college football’s premier conference? There’s no way to replace as many quality quarterbacks as the SEC did without falling a notch or two.  One of the reasons the PAC 12 is in a prime position to unseat the SEC is because [...]


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06

23

2014

Coaches need a Break – and this is the Time for It!

June 21st is officially the first day of summer and it’s the day most college football coaches look forward to. Football camps are over and most on campus prospect visits are completed, so coaches can look forward to spending some valuable time with their family relaxing. This down time is important because  most coaches spend [...]


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06

16

2014

The Critical Role of a Father in Today’s Society

As we just celebrated Fathers Day, I would like to take this opportunity to continue to emphasize the importance of fathers in today’s society. I was very fortunate to have a wonderful role model in my father, who not only was helpful to me professionally, but also introduced me to my Godly Father. So many [...]


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09

2014

Time for Camps

People that aren’t familiar with college football think that the summer months is a down time for college coaches. Nothing could be further than the truth. June and the first two weeks of July is when college coaches are actively involved in their football camps. Years ago football coaches had these camps as a way [...]


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06

02

2014

When The Game Stands Tall

This weekend I drove over to Tallahassee to screen a film with my father called, When The Game Stands Tall. The movie was made by Sony and stars Jim Caviezel, who played Jesus in the movie, The Passion of Christ. He plays Coach Bob Ladouceur, who was the Head Coach of the De La Salle [...]


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05

26

2014

Service and Sacrifice

Although no one in my immediate family is in the military, we have always had a strong admiration for those who serve. I think some of the affection for the men and women in the service go back to my father’s youth when he had rheumatic fever. He was bedridden for a year and spent [...]


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05

19

2014

Truth and Love

It amazes me sometimes when a Christian defends the Word of God he is labeled intolerant, hypocritical, judgmental, or being exclusive. There is no doubt our God is a God of love, grace, mercy, forgiveness, and Heaven. But the same God is a God of obedience, repentance, judgment, and Hell. Everybody knows that when a [...]


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