I believe in the power of prayer and have seen it in action but the people in Soddy Daisy have it wrong. The problem is exclusion. What if a person does not get up and pray or join everyone down on the field for a group prayer because thei beliefs are different? Will they be shunned? If a kid on the team is muslim and he doesn't join in the group prayer will he get different treatment from the coach? I don't know the answers to these questions but if I were one of those people who did not join in I would feel the pressure to join in even if it were against my beliefs for fear of retribution. instead of group prayer a moment of silence to say what you want to say to whoever you say it to would be an easy answer.
Kiffin was only going to leave for one job and it just so happened to come open at the wrong time. There is no doubt in my mind that all of you Vol fans would have been all over his nuts if he was still here. The guy can recruit and he made Crompton into a good enough QB that he even got drafted not to mention the Vols should have beat Bama. The only way to get back at Kiffin is to beat him and you school officials chose to show their vaginas because they had to play that powerhouse Cincinatti.
Their vaginas must still be hurting after Kiffin left.