My priorities in life are, number one, my faith in God, number two, my family and my relationships with my family, number three, academics, and number four, is football. If those get jumbled around, and if you get the wrong one first, you could have a lot of problems. For me, trying to stay grounded, that’s the best way to do it – to have your priorities and try to live by them.
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