The Clemson Tigers became the first 15-0 college football team (in the history of that division), with Dabo Swinney’s Tigers crushing Nick Saban’s Tide 44-16 in Monday’s National Championship game. The talented young quarterback, Trevor Lawrence, showed wisdom and ability far beyond his 19 years, completing 20 throws in 32 attempts for 347 yards in the biggest game of his life. He did it with total peace, serenity and laser sharp focus, something he owes to his deeply-held faith in God.
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“If we can do it, anybody can do it,” Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney declared. “You can’t write a Hollywood script like this, only God can do this. That’s a fact.” It’s truly an amazing story.
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“The way I was brought up, no moment’s too big,” QB Trevor Laurence said Saturday at media day in San Jose, as reported by the San Francisco Chronicle. “I feel like I keep myself grounded. I feel like I was made for moments like this…. Football is important to me, but it’s not the biggest thing in my life, my faith is.”
“I put my identity in what Christ says, who He thinks I am and who I know that He says I am.” – Clemson football quarterback Trevor Lawrence (The Facebook video clip below has more than 61K shares and 6.1 million views as of 10-Jan-2019)