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Even at a Private School, a Football Coach Shouldn’t Hand Out “Optional” Bibles to Players

University of Miami head football coach Mark Richt apparently serves as a part-time pastor for his team. That's why, last month, he made sure they had more than playbooks in their hands:
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University of Miami head football coach Mark Richt apparently serves as a part-time pastor for his team. That's why, over the weekend, he made sure they had more than playbooks in their hands:

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