A life in prison — the good way
Bill Glass was Baylor football’s first unanimous consensus All-America selection, but for the past four decades, he’s dedicated himself to what is now known as Champions for Life, a prison ministry Glass started three years after he finished a 10-year NFL career.
The Amarillo Globe-News recently ran a nice feature on Glass and his work. According to the writer, Glass has spoken in over 400 prisons this year — at the age of 72, and after having suffered a stroke two years ago. He is one of nine former Bears in the College Football Hall of Fame, but based on this article, it seems he’d rather talk about his work.
Sic ’em, Bill Glass and Champions for Life!