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NAIA flexes their muscles with a Champion and draft picks

Published by on June 10, 2011

Previous articles I have written have become a showcase of what the NAIA represents: a platform that allows athletes to live out a dream, get an education and represent the good that college athletics bring to the table.

Over the past couple of weeks, the sports world has been witness to the misfortunes of Ohio State University. Head football coach Jim Tressel's resignation and now star quarterback Terrelle Pryor deciding to forgo his senior season amidst additional rumours of some unfortunate decision-making.

Instead, why not shed the light on the good of the game—the good that some organizations bring to others and what sports can do to build character? Why not promote instead of shedding the light on the negatives, something the NAIA continues to do with the "Game on" campaign and PLAYNAIA blog, which entertains with real life experiences from current and former representatives?

I know, and of course, sports fans are aware that this has to be backed up with results.

The NAIA sports and media services released some very good news on June 4. Concordia University ...

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