Dodgers' Kershaw unhappy with slider, happy with Magic Johnson as owner
Despite the struggles with one of his best "out" pitches, Kershaw is ready for the start of the season, and is thrilled with the new ownership group that just bought the Dodgers for a record 2 billion dollars, which includes legendary LA Laker, Magic Johnson...
Tyler Zeller talks faith after loss
Zeller, a senior, has played his final game for North Carolina.
“It all comes back to my faith..."
Butler's Nored named high school head coach
That didn't take long did it? Butler's senior point guard Ronald Nored, who just played in his final game for the Bulldogs last week, has been named the head coach of Brownsburg High School, where former Butler teammate and Utah Jazz forward Gordon Hayward attended...
Christian Athletes in the Headlines
Brother of Ohio State men's basketball player Aaron Craft deploys for Afghanistan (Cleveland.com)
Tim Tebow at center of lawsuit by Nike filed against Reebok (NJ.com)
Angels' Pujols in no rush for Opening Day to come (Orange County Register)
Tebowmania in New York
Last night, the Denver Broncos and the New York Jets finalized a trade to send Tim Tebow, and subsequent Tebowmania, to New York....
Now with the Jets, Jeff Darlington of NFL.com writes that Tebow has the biggest platform in America, New York City...
Ohio State's Aaron Craft
The Ohio State Bukeyes play the Cincinnati Bearcats tonight in the Sweet 16, but for the Buckeyes Aaron Craft, basketball is only a part of who he is.
"I choose to be a Christian, a student and then an athlete," Craft said. (thelantern.com)
Craft is involved in Athletes in Action at Ohio State, attending bible studies and weekly meetings...
Louisville's Peyton Siva"Stop being selfish," Siva said to his dad.
"He saved my life," Peyton Siva Sr. said. (Seattle Times)
Louisville and Michigan State play tonight in the Sweet 16 but Cardinals point guard Peyton Siva's biggest assist in life was to his dad; who was contemplating ending his life before Peyton Jr. boldly said those words...
Christian Athletes in the Headlines:
Namath on Jets trading for Tebow: 'I think it's just a publicity stunt' (NFL.com)
Tim Tebow and the Jets: What could possibly go wrong? (Washington Post)
Tim Tebow: King of New York? (ESPN.com)
Drew Brees is befuddled, wants an explanation for Payton’s suspension (Yahoo Sports)
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Former Colts QB Peyton Manning has decided to sign with the Denver Broncos, picking the other horse-related nickname in the NFL, but while everyone should be talking about Manning, they are talking about Tim Tebow.
On Twitter, ESPN First Take personality, Skip Bayless, has started the #FreeTebow hashtag...
Tom Crean has the Hoosiers back in the Sweet Sixteen
When asked about the significance of getting IU back to the Sweet 16 after many years of struggling, head coach Tom Crean had this to say:
"Oh, absolutely. There's no question about it. And as I said to them, again, you know, the way God has brought us all together and touched everybody's life, everybody is better for what they've had to deal with...
Christian Athletes in the Headlines
Louisville's Siva's biggest assist was as a 13-year-old (Seattle Times)
What's Tim Tebow's trade value? (USA Today)
Browns need to say no to Tim Tebow (ESPN)
Broncos' trade market for Tim Tebow not looking good (Denver Post)
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