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David Nielsen presents Pat with the Scripps Howard Celebrity Super Bowl trophy for most closely predicting the outcome between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots.
The New England Patriot long snapper comes to The 700 Club to discuss how his Super Bowl ring has given him a platform to impact lives.
A Super Bowl great talks about the book based on his life. Also, a tennis pro shares his salvation story.
Cinncinnati Bengal Ben Utecht talks about his rise to Super Bowl fame. Also, a boy born without eyes defies the odds.
He is a Super Bowl champion, singer, husband and father. But one title he holds above them all.
The author of The Last TV Evangelist discusses how to reach the youth and today's culture with the Gospel.
Shawn Brown sits down to talk to Tony Dungy about his career as an NFL coach and his decision to retire.
Coach Kris Hogan of Faith Christian School discusses the infamous football game with high school inmates.
The NFL quarterback and his wife share how they met and what kept them together in spite of their personal and professional struggles.
Behind-the-Scenes at Super Bowl XLV
CBN Sports reports from Arlington, Texas, on the Green Bay Packers' win over the Pittsburg Steelers. .
Super Bowl Champion Quarterback Terry Bradshaw sits down with Scott Ross to talk football and faith.
On Friday's CBN Newswatch with Lee Webb and Wendy Griffith: White House response to continued protests in Egypt, faith among this year's Super Bowl players, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' astronaut husband preps for space, and more.
Pat interviews Michael Reagan about his book "The New Reagan Revolution". CBN Sports covers the faith of the players in the upcoming Super Bowl. Guest Angela Coffman discusses how to shrink your grocery budget.
Shawn Brown talks to various Packers and Steelers about their faith and what's most important to them before they take the field Sunday in Dallas.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have their sights set on another Super Bowl Championship and a big reason is the All-Star play of Safety Troy Palamalu, who says he plays football for the glory of God.
Ready for Some Football? NFL Lockout Over
Packers Thank God for Super Bowl Win