What Are (Some) Christians Saying About Openly Gay NFL Player Michael Sam? Take a Look

Stephanie Drury, who runs the hilarious Stuff Christian Culture Likes website, began retweeting what some Christians were saying about newly-drafted openly gay NFL player Michael Sam (and the lovely kiss he had with his boyfriend after finding out the St. Louis Rams had selected him)… and my head damn near exploded.

So now you have to suffer, too:



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NFL Prospect Who Skipped Out on Scouting Combine Because God Told Him To Doesn’t Get Drafted

Back in February, when the NFL’s top prospects were in Indiana for the league’s Scouting Combine to show coaches, executives, and other decision-makers what they had to offer in terms of speed and ability before this weekend’s draft, one player was conspicuously absent.

Adam Muema, a running back from San Diego State University, came to the Combine but then left early for an odd reason:



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Christian Football Coaches Could Learn a Lesson from Doc Rivers

We’re so used to hearing stories of Christian football coaches at public schools who think they can and should lead their teams in prayer. They don’t give a damn about non-Christian players on their team, always falling back on the line, “No one ever complains,” never realizing that most students don’t want to cause conflict or paint a target on their own backs.

Those coaches could stand to learn a lesson from LA Clippers coach Doc Rivers.

There used to be a pre-game prayer when he first coached for the Orlando Magic in 1999, but that changed when Rivers saw someone on the outs:

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High School Baseball Coach Who Led Team in Prayer Will No Longer Be Doing That, Says District

A couple of days ago, I posted about the baseball dynasty at Owasso High School in Oklahoma.

Their coach Larry Turner had led the team to multiple state titles and a perfect season last year. But a profile of Turner in a local newspaper shed light on a troubling aspect of his leadership:

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I Didn’t Know Footballs Had That Capability…

Apparently, Passback brand footballs are very popular in practices because of their unique design (making them look like 75% of real footballs). The company just created a Texas edition of their ball that they hope becomes a hit with Division 1 college and big name high school teams.

But I’ll admit I didn’t realize even the best practice footballs would have this sort of power:

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