This week Bryce Johnson from the UNPACKIN’ it radio show shares a few thoughts about the recent comments made by rapper Snoop Dogg’s son. Cordell Broadus posted on social media his motivation to play football and explains the words that he heard from his dad that meant so much. His comments should challenge us this week.
Tony Bennett is the head basketball coach at the University of Virginia. He’s been there since 2009 and his teams have been the ACC regular season champions the last two seasons. He joins us to share his thoughts on balancing his coaching responsibilities and being a dad to his two children.
Spencer Tillman was a running back who spent 8 seasons in the NFL and won a Super Bowl with the 49ers. He played his college football at Oklahoma. After 16 years of being a college football studio analyst for CBS, he has moved to the booth for Fox Sports’ college football coverage this fall.
Watch our own Coach Jeff as he describes Be There Dad to the hosts of NBC’s Charlotte Today.
Check out this 6-minute clip from NFL agent and former college coach and NFL personnel executive Mike McCartney. He is the son of former Colorado (1990 National Champs) head coach Bill McCartney. Mike talks with us about his decision to leave his NFL front-office executive job with the Eagles and how being a dad was…
“Check out this 4-minute clip from the son of legendary Bears running back Walter Payton as he openly speaks about his father. Jarrett talks about being in the spotlight throughout his life and shares about the impact his dad had on the type of man he is today.”
In a reflective moment, I remembered that this is how baseball is supposed to be. I could hear the words of James Earl Jones’ description of the Field of Dreams as if he was speaking to me about Wrigley, “America has rolled by like an army of steamrollers… But baseball has marked the time.
There has been an ongoing debate over whether to continue the prekindergarten programs in public schools. When I read about this debate, I think about my grass.
The Highland Men have seen a need and met it head on. When asked to read to kindergarten and 1st graders at Druid Hills this week, three of them responded immediately.
I am told this is a real sign posted at a local soccer field.