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Monday, March 26, 2007

First, an article on Rockies pitcher Aaron Cook, a Christian, winning the starting job for opening day:,2777,DRMN_23924_5425633,00.html
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Here's an article on Colts head coach Tony Dungy's (a Christian) speech at the Indiana Family Institute's banquet where he stated his opinion against same-sex marriage. Also of note, Colts punter Hunter Smith and his Christian music group Connersvine performed at the banquet as well :

While certain groups are criticizing Dungy, the Indiana state legislature was honoring the Colts, and Dungy in particular, for winning the Super Bowl, and winning it with good people. Hunter Smith and defensiveback Gary Brackett were there also to represent the players. I think they couldn't have picked two better people to represent the players. Here's a quote from the article:

Lawmakers said Dungy was not only a great coach, but a man who cherished his family, faith and community.

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Next, an article about IU football coach Terry Hoeppner and how he's still staying hands on during spring practice even though he's not there. Here's a quote about Coach Hep from IU player Blake Powers:

"It's hard and you're concerned about him and all you can do is pray and hope that everything turns out OK and that he gets the rest he needs,'' said senior Blake Powers, who has moved from quarterback to tight end this spring.

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Also, a good article about how Florida basketball coach Billy Donovan has inspired the Gators to keep playing their best, even after they won the championship last year:

Lastly, a good article about Mike Greenberg of the "Mike and Mike in the Morning" talk show on ESPN Radio. He went to one of the men's NCAA Tournament first round games in Chicago and said that there was no beer sold at the games. He said that he thinks it contributed to the student sections being unusually well-behaved. I'm thinking, "Well, duh!" Hopefully, people did notice this difference and maybe stop selling beer at more sporting events in the future. Here's the article:

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