(Sports Spectrum) Before C.J. Stroud was a Heisman Trophy finalist and the starting quarterback of one of the most storied programs in college football, he walked into Hope City House of Prayer with teammate Kamryn Babb while redshirting at Ohio State last season.
In a recent interview with The Lantern, Stroud said what he experienced that day changed the way he viewed his relationship with God.
“I remember walking into the church, I had this feeling; it was something I could never explain,” he said. “It was a better feeling than winning a football game. After I felt that, I thought, ‘This is what I really want.’”