Hunter Smith draws on his experiences playing football during college for Notre Dame and as the Indianapolis Colts’ punter for 10 years. Gray and Smith include testimonies from seven players and three coaches for the Indianapolis Colts.
Former Coach Tony Dungy suggests that young people need to be encouraged to grow in four areas: academically, socially, athletically and spiritually. He maintains that too often athletics are emphasized over the other areas and a couple of them take precedence when all four are needed.
The Jersey Effect’s message can be applied to any walk of life. It is especially applicable to young people and families with sports playing a large part of their lives.
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