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If the spiritual nature that we carry with us isn't first and foremost in our lives, then I don't think our priorities are correct. — Bronco Mendenhall
BYU Head Coach, Bronco Mendenhall, along with coaches and players from the 2006 Mountain West Championship team, talks about the importance of getting back to a the winning tradition, seeking the Spirit, and living honorably — three keys that have helped return success to the BYU football program.
Former quarterback John Beck, former running back Curtis Brown, former tight end Jonny Harline, and former linebacker Cameron Jensen share first-hand recollections of how Bronco Mendenhall influenced the team and motivated his players to be winners. In addition, they answer gospel-related questions that parents and youth leaders will especially appreciate. Questions such as:
How important is serving a full-time mission?
What was your missionary experience like?
How have the scriptures helped guide your life?
What does it mean to "live by the Spirit?"
What has the gospel of Jesus Christ done for you?
Tradition, Spirit, Honor reminds all of us of the tradition, spirit, and honor of the BYU football program while showing us what teamwork and individual excellence combined with the Spirit can achieve.
- Run Time: 40 minutes
- Closed Caption: for the hearing impaired
- Region: 1
- Format: Widescreen
About the Author
Bronco Mendenhall has been the head coach of BYU football since 2005. Since then, his win-loss record is an unprecedented 45-15. Bronco, his wife, Holly, and their sons live in Highland, Utah.
Bronco does it again
by phillip - reviewed on October 29, 2007
For those of you who don't know much about Bronco Mendenhall and BYU football. Watch this and you will see the positive affect this giant of a man has had on the team and BYU as whole. , Even if your not a sports fan you will really enjoy this DVD.
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