During the Orange Bowl on New Year’s eve, the Clemson Tigers had one extra man on the field in their effort to destroy the Oklahoma Sooners 37-17: Jesus Christ.
Clemson Tiger linebacker B.J. Goodson was seen sporting a towel upon which he proclaimed his faith.
The towel, which was first noticed by “The Radicals,” read, “I can do all things through Christ, God is with you!”
Not only did it seem to be a boost for the team, but it also inspired Goodson as well as his fourth quarter interception indicates.
— Clemson Football (@ClemsonFB) January 1, 2016
B. Mayfield pass intercepted,B. Goodson return for 1 yd Video https://t.co/Wc0qwxNZHC
— ACC Football News (@accfootballnews) January 1, 2016
But one fan offered Goodson some cautionary advice:
@ClemsonFB Be careful, you know no one will take Tebow because of his religion and beliefs.. They are too afraid of what his beliefs will do
— fran (@wot90tz) January 3, 2016
Watch the game analysis, via Campus Insiders:
H/T: Young Conservatives
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