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Wednesday offseason one-liners

Norm Chow

Some links from around college football on a Wednesday… 

– Ohio State president E. Gordon Gee says past articles by Sports Illustrated and The Sporting News are “bad journalism.

– Rice will open up the 2013 season at Texas A&M.

– How does golf make Tyler Wilson a better quarterback?

– New Hawaii coach Norm Chow grants a release to former player Michael Wadsworth to anywhere he likes… except BYU.

– Some more info on possible BCS changes.

– Nebraska assistant football coach Ron Brown defends his comments against homosexuality.

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1 Response to “Wednesday offseason one-liners”
  1. mountaineer50415 says: Apr 26, 2012 1:31 PM

    Preachers are held to a greater responsability, for quoting the Bible, than John Q. Public. They are not allowed to quote a portion out of context.
    Mr. Brown says that the Bible does not condone homosexuality and thus these humans do not deserve to be protected from hate as others are.
    It is true that the Bible does not condone homosexuality, however, it does not condone any sin. It also says that no one should have a sexual relationship outside of marriage. That includes, whites, blacks and women. They sin also.
    Romans 3:23 says “All have sinned and come short of the glory of God.” Romans 6:23 says “The wages of sin is death, but, the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord”. No where does it say that sinners should be hated. If it did no one would be safe. I do not believe that God put Mr. Brown here just to decide who is protected and who is not.
    There is only one way to God. Through Jesus Christ our Lord. That does not means unless Mr. Brown decides he is better to make those decissions. Take the mountain our of your own eye so that you can see better to help your brother.
    I heard a good saying one time. We are here to tell the good news. It is called fishing. We are to fish and let God clean them.

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