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For My Father

Former UNC/current NBA guard Coby White lost his dad two years ago. "My dad would always kiss me on the cheek in public," White said. "He let everyone know he loved his son." Coby now ends every Instagram post with three letters; FMF (For My Father). 1 John 3:1...

Reggie Bonnafon gives back to his hometown

Carolina’s Panthers running back Reggie Bonnafon burst onto the scene as a stand-out player from Louisville, but it's his unselfish compassion for others that's impacting his hometown. Bonnafon and sports and entertainment company Total 360 Management helps improve the lives of Louisville youth and young adults. With the prominence of football in...

The Return of Sports

As American’s and people around the world await the return of sports, there have been glimmers of hope to enter into the public mindset through the various professional sports leagues.  Sports leagues that want to see a return to action as much as the populace.  American and world leadership, along with commissioners, franchises, and players associations will all play...

The Fittest Man on Earth

Rich Froning Jr. has earned the title of "Fittest Man On Earth" four times by winning first place in the CrossFit Games (2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014). He has Galatians 6:14 tattooed on his side from waist to armpit. It reads, "May I never boast except in the cross of our Lord Jesus...

All-Decade Quarterback honorable mentions

The NFL has released its list of the greatest players from the past decade, with Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers selected to represent the 2010s All-Decade team. Both quarterbacks led their franchises to the top win-loss records last 10 years. Also, both players guided their teams Super Bowl victories in the decade While...

Times of Change in Entertainment, Media, and Sports

Leadership and courage in times of challenge and change is what allows people and industries to move forward.  It is a requirement to step into new shoes towards the future.  A little faith, hope, and love never hurt either. People have relied on family time, internet speeds, and board games to keep active and connected.  Businesses have learned to adapt...

The ACC’s best NFL draft prospects

As the coronavirus sweeps the nation, the NFL has remained steadfast their draft will still be held in April in some form. NFL higher-ups are pushing for a postponement as pro day and lack of player interaction drastically impacts the evaluation progress. With the draft still taking place, the Atlantic Coast Conference...

Los Angeles Clippers move to new location about ending shadowing

Five recent events define the Clippers organization move from the lesser known professional basketball team in Los Angeles.  Move to where is yet to be seen, but the timeline of the organization’s recent history can be summed up as follows: (1) Clippers front office drafted Blake Griffin; (2) former National Basketball Association (NBA) Commissioner David Stern nixing the trade...

Three Ways Businesses Must Adapt

As the people of the world forge into the future, businesses must find ways to adapt.  Adapt to meet the customer where they listen, watch, and spend.  With challenges, come change and opportunities.  One thing is certain, circumstances sometimes force adaptation before the perceived and/or preferred appointed time and place.  The world today seems a lot different than...

Steelers should sign Jameis Winston

The Tom Brady era with the New England Patriots has finally ended, as Brady now leads a talent crop of receivers. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have taken the short-term route in their pursuit to return to the playoffs. They haven't made them since 2007. But, with the arrival of Brady, previous starter Jameis...