Submitted by Bob Bailey

The Calhoun Fellowship of Christian Athletes Huddle attended WVU Gameday on Saturday.

Thirty-nine strong left Calhoun County at 6 a.m. and returned at 9 p.m.

Coach Bailey said "Upon arriving in Touchdown City, following breakfast at the Weston McDonald's, we drove directly to the Shell Building adjacent to the Coliseum where we "huddled" with about 200 others."

"We listened to a Christian rap group, and heard the message from former WVU All-American and former NFL player, Danny Buggs."

Bailey said "Five of our Calhoun Huddle were saved or rededicated their lives to Jesus Christ," during the service.

"We then shuffled off to the WVU-East Carolina football game. After the game, we were invited to the field where four WVU players (Donnie, Tito, "Jello", and J.R. House) gave their Christian testimonies to us. We then headed home but of course, we had to stop and eat again. It was a great day!"

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