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  • From the Archives: Aiming to Please

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    After a long, hot day of practice at the University of Florida, Steve Spurrier is the first one off the field. He has made it his custom to lead the way into the press barrage. Spurrier steps to the sidelines and is assaulted with television cameras and tape recorders.

    “Nothin’ too exciting happened today, nothin’ too disappointing happened,” he reported one afternoon early in the season, “just another day out in the sunshine. What else y’all wanna know?”

  • Devotional of the Week: Directionally Challenged

    Devotion of the WeekSport • MLB BaseballSport

    Moe Drabowsky was born in Poland in 1935. In 1956, he broke into the majors as a pitcher for the Chicago Cubs. Over the next 10 years with four different teams, his record was a paltry 48-81. Three times his teams finished last. It seemed as if his career was going no- where, a dead end, with the then hapless Kansas City Athletics…

  • Video of the Week: Life to the Full

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  • Airing It Out: Life lived out

    Airing it OutSport • BasketballSport

    Imagine if we were encouraged every day. Or taken care of every day. Or loved, celebrated, or even supported in our endeavors— every day. Imagine. How would that make you

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  • Devotional of the Week: A Reason to Worship

    Devotion of the Week

    In Game 7 of the 2001 World Series, Yankees closer, Mariano Rivera was brought in to preserve the lead against the Arizona Diamondbacks. In the ninth inning, his errant throw opened the gates to a 2-run rally. The Yankees lost the game and the World Series…

  • Video of the Week: CBN Sports Goes Behind The 2014 World Series

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    CBN Sports is in Kansas City as two Wild Card teams are now facing each other in the 2014 World Series. Meet members of the Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants who believe faith is bigger than baseball…

  • Another Angle: Whisper of truth

    Another AngleSport • FootballSport

    I tried to enter complete solitude. It was a Saturday morning, and I had just finished a cup of coffee—my third, I think. I walked out of my favorite coffee

  • Journey of Discovery

    FeaturesSport • FootballSport

    Rashad Jennings sits inside his New Jersey home across the Hudson River.
    Two days before, he rushed for a career-high 176 yards in the New York Giants’ 30-17 victory against the Houston Texans in Week 3. He dedicated the game to his father, Albert Jennings, a double amputee who lost his legs to diabetes.

    Jennings looks down at his blank piece of paper, silent and reflective.

    Here he is, the starting running back for the New York Giants, in the biggest city in the country…

  • From the Archives: To Stir A Movement

    FeaturedSport • MLB BaseballSport

    Nothing makes you more legit in Major League Baseball than winning a World Series. When the San Francisco Giants swept the Detroit Tigers to win the 2012 series, they capped the fourth game with a thrilling extra innings victory. Two seasons prior, the Giants clinched their first World Series title since 1954 by defeating the Texas Rangers.

    Reliever Jeremy Affeldt was part of the reason San Francisco’s bullpen had an outstanding performance…

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