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By Mel BrachtFormer Oklahoma linebacker Brian Bosworth, one of the most controversial and flamboyant figures ever to play college football, said he didn’t want a movie about his playing career and life made until there was an ending.
He said that ending came March 3, 2013, in First Baptist Church in Chickasha when he gave his life to Christ.
The Boz, long dormant, was officially dead.
“When I was full myself, I was empty of God,” Bosworth said in a phone conversation.
Bay Area holes-in-one, Oct. 26
Jay Gementera, 140-yard 6th, Mariners Point (Foster City), 9-iron; Zachary Green, 142-yard 7th, Mariners Point, 7-wood; Teri Goldy, 98-yard 2nd, Palo Alto Hills, 6-iron; Richard Kyndberg, 175-yard 5th, Sharp Park (Pacifica), 6-iron; Burton Louie, 142-yard, 16th, Sharp Park, 6-iron; Ted Marston, 165-yard 7th, Palo Alto GC, 6-hybrid; Jim Peacock, 142-yard 7th, Mariners Point, 8-iron; Yogesh Prasad, 142-yard 7th, Mariners Point, 7-iron; John Whittle, 214-yard 11th, Palo Alto Hills, 7-wood.
Therese Collins, 135-yard 3rd, Peacock Gap (San Rafael), 6-iron
Players with concussions, blown-out knees, broken bones and other injuries litter the landscape in the N. F. L., with some unable to return for the rest of the season while others are barred from practice.