“At Clemson, God is everywhere. The team’s chaplain leads a Bible study for coaches every Monday and Thursday. Another three times a week, the staff gathers for devotionals. Nearly every player shows up at a voluntary chapel service the night before each game.”Good grief. It's debatable how "voluntary" this attendance is of course. Alabama's Nick Saban is not much better, with his "devout Catholic beliefs" permeating the football program. At least the latter doesn't, to the best of my knowledge, thank God for the wins (or blame him for the losses, which would seem only logical, yet never happens). But then there's not a lot of logic with religion.