SS at the Super Bowl: Blog Entry No. 5

Yesterday, I had a chance to speak with the host of NFL Today on CBS, James Brown. Watch the video below...

SS At the Super Bowl: Blog Entry No. 4 (Media Day)

One of the coolest things on Media Day, at least for me, was having the opportunity to interview other members of the media. We talked to EPSN's Rick Reilly, Fox Sports' Dan Patrick, Sports Illustrated's Peter King, NBC's Tony Dungy (yes, he’s media now), and at the media party last night at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, I had the opportunity to sit down with one of my favorite journalists, Indianapolis Star columnist Bob Kravitz. Sure, not all of them were Christians. I’m not sure if any of them were outside of Tony. But my colleague from All Pro Dad and I enjoyed asking them about something that related to faith...

SS at the Super Bowl: Blog Entry No. 3

Monday, I had a chance to catch up with former Indianapolis Colts head coach and current NBC Football Night in America NFL analyst, Tony Dungy. To see the interview, click below.

SS at the Super Bowl: Blog Entry No. 2

On Saturday night at the Rock and Worship Roadshow, we got a chance to go backstage and interview one of the biggest names in hip-hop, Lecrae Moore. Sure, Lecrae may not be someone we typically feature in Sports Spectrum. He's not an athlete. He's a musician. But he relates to athletics because of hip-hop's influence in the athletic sphere. He recently delivered a message for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and his event manager showed us a number of pictures from a golf round Lecrae played with Bubba Watson, who we featured in our Winter 2012 issue...

SS at the Super Bowl: Blog Entry No. 1

Family first. I was sitting at the Marion County Juvenile Detention Center listening to NFL alum Freddie Scott speak, when I noticed one of the kids to the left of me. There were 100 kids and 35 parents gathered in the Detention Center’s gymnasium that day, but this kid in particular caught my eye. As he listened to Freddie, elbow on the table, sitting with his fellow detainees, he rested his head on his right hand. Tattooed on his right hand was the word “Family.” Eventually I noticed something else tattooed on his left hand: "First..."