As head men’s basketball coach of Baylor University, Scott Drew led what is widely considered to be the greatest rebuild in college basketball history, guiding his team to its first NCAA championship and the first Big 12 title in school history. He spoke with The Christian Post about how he puts his faith in Christ first and encourages his players to do the same.
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