Across the U.S., the media has indirectly proclaimed the gospel…
Both sports TV and regular TV have highlighted the faith of a new college football superstar.
Trevor Lawrence is the first true freshman Division I college quarterback in 33 years to start in the national championship football game and lead his team to victory.
His coach says he has poise “beyond his years.”
After his dominating performances against Notre Dame in the semi-final game … and against Alabama in the national championship game … he is being called a once-in-a-generation talent.
When reporters asked him earlier in the season how he is able to stay so calm during big games, Lawrence said, “That’s just kinda always been my personality… football’s important to me, obviously, but it’s not my life. It’s not like the biggest thing in my life, I would say; my faith is.”
Then he added: “I put my identity in what Christ says: who He thinks I am, and who I know that He says I am…”
You can watch Trevor’s complete response to the reporter’s question below. It’s less than a minute.
Trevor Lawrence’s Christian faith is shared by his coach, Dabo Swinney – who has coached the Clemson Tigers to the college football national championship for the 2nd time in the last 3 years.
Watch Coach Swinney’s post-game press interview below (12 ½ minutes).
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