Fans and players of American football are aware that there is something profoundly stirring about the sport, and that the meaning of football’s spirit of competition to American men and women is as vital to them as liberty itself.
And Americans adore athletic heroes.
Recent footage of a plane full of football fans shows the personal inspiration fans get from the sport:
POV: you’re hungover af on a plane from LA to Atlanta for work
Georgia fans: pic.twitter.com/ts1ZKhbbBi
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) January 11, 2023
The United States was established on the backbreaking labor of unrestrained competition, and those competitors must an outlet. College football is unquestionably one of the arenas in which modern warriors demonstrate their gamesmanship, cunning, athleticism, and desire for individual and team triumph.
And it is uncommon to reach the pinnacle of a sport.
“There are around 1.1 million football players that compete in high schools. Only 6.5% get a chance to play in NCAA Division 1, 2, and 3. Of those who are lucky enough to make it to college football, only 1.6% make it to the NFL. The primary reason is the players’ roster, as there are only 350 positions available in the draft,” according to sujuiceonline.
Included on the list of the best college football players by Clutch Point are:
Jim Thorpe, Carlisle
Bronko Nagurski, Minnesota
Steve McNair, Alcorn State
Glenn Davis, Army
Doc Blanchard, Army
Doak Walker, SMU
Jim Brown, Syracuse
Jerry Rice, Mississippi Valley State.
This week, one more player was officially added to the list of those whose Christian faith was assaulted by the left and who continued to play despite the brutal anti-Christian and anti-American accusations launched against him by the Marxist left and their media allies.
Tebow has always possessed a profound belief in God. According to his Biography, there is a valid explanation for this:
Tebow was born in the Philippines to American parents. In the late 1960s, Tebow’s parents – Pamela Elaine (née Pemberton) and Robert Ramsey Tebow II – met while attending the University of Florida.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
During that time, his mother was a freshman and his father was a sophomore. The couple married on June 12, 1971, before Pamela’s graduation from the university. In 1985, the family moved to the Philippines, where they served as Baptist missionaries and built a ministry. CONTINUE READING…