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Strong case: Keenum is ‘Playing for More’
Sep22

Strong case: Keenum is ‘Playing for More’

KANSAS CITY, Mo.—NFL star Case Keenum was in the middle of likely the most glamourous setting of his life. His best friend and wife, Kimberly, stood by him in a red dress as flashes popped. And he was prepping to take the stage for the 2018 ESPYs with fellow Minnesota Viking Stefon Diggs to accept an award for “Best Moment.” While most would likely attribute the “Minneapolis Miracle” (final play against the New Orleans Saints that...

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Hall of Fame inductee John Smoltz has humble testimony
Feb03

Hall of Fame inductee John Smoltz has humble testimony

KANSAS CITY, Mo.—The last week in January marked the anniversary of the very first elections in the U.S. Baseball Hall of Fame, when baseball greats Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson and Walter Johnson were named as the first inductees on Jan. 29, 1936. Joining these baseball legends will be three standout pitchers and a power hitter who make up the Hall of Fame’s Class of 2015. In six months, Randy Johnson, Pedro...

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Heisman winner goes ‘All In’ for Jesus Christ
Jan13

Heisman winner goes ‘All In’ for Jesus Christ

KANSAS CITY, Mo.—Before his Heisman Award-winning season, The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) had a chance to sit down with Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota, the Oregon Ducks quarterback who had been a Heisman favorite all season long. Mariota, who was introduced to FCA while in high school and became more involved in college, said that he strives to go “All In” for Christ and his team. “All of us at FCA couldn’t be happier...

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