We have all heard “Roll Tide”, the rallying cry for the Alabama Crimson Tide football. The call is synonymous with winning 15 national championships and crashing of waves of dominating its opponent. No one knows more about that crashing of the tide in football and in life than “Champ Fat Boy”, Roosevelt Patterson. He will join us to share his testimony from being a champ, taking a life, being imprison, and "Rising Above the Tide" -- our question of the day.
Played right offensive tackle for Alabama's 1992 national championship team, Roosevelt was drafted in 1994 by the Raiders. He also played with Rams and in the CFL. In 1998, Roosevelt was convicted of possession and conspiracy to distribute cocaine and was sentenced to federal prison. He served 5 years but uses his testimony as champ and as an inmate to transform kids, ie, fight the rising tide of drugs, poverty, and bad decisions -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBIsSxHq520.
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Series: Transformational Leadership: FREEDOM
Genre: Talk radio to teach spiritual leadership, highlight everyday leaders, and help leaders "lead where they are"
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