From the locker room speech in Coach Bryant's last game to ""The Fumble"" in the 1987 AFC Championship games, Jeremiah Castille had an incredible career filled with some memorable moments. He comes on the podcast this week to share his incredible life story of growing up in Phenix City to coming to know Jesus, playing for Bear Bryant, and even playing in a Super Bowl.

This week's overtime segment is probably the best overtime segment we've done to date, As the University of Alabama's football chaplain, Jeremiah has some incredible stories to tell. We dive into the story of what it was like to be the chaplain during the Tua/Jalen Hurts era, watching those two incredible young men compete to be the quarterback of the top team in the nation, beginning with Tua coming in the second half of the National Championship.

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