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Bobby Knight gets religion

Bobby Knight gets religion

Bobby Knight was interviewed by Scott Simon on Morning Edition Saturday about his new book “The Power of Negative Thinking.” Simon asked, “Why didn’t you have pregame prayers?”

KNIGHT: Well, I’ll tell you what. I watched the guy that hits a home run and he comes across the plate and he points skyward, like thanking for the help from the almighty to hit the home run. And as he does that, I say to myself God screwed the pitcher. And I don’t know how else you look at it. You know, I’ve always felt that, you know, the almighty has a lot of things to do other than help my basketball team.

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Ann Fontaine

This fits quite well with tomorrow's gospel about why God "let" the tower fall on people

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