Great story. Thanks. Here's to great college football players and even
Some dispute the relevance of 1984, a few to the point of believing it
didn't really happen. But this, this is relevant. Thanks Mark,
for the things you gave and the things you've been given. And for the
courage and faith to accept them all.
Some of my most treasured memories of boyhood are of watching the Bellini
brothers play at BYU. So glad to hear that we are connected by more that just
BYU Football. We are connected by the testimony of the Book of Mormon that burns
in our hearts.
great story...not sure about the relevance of BYU's 84 season...but more
important Matt Bellini life story was wonderful to read and had a powerful
message for myself.
Nice story. I still remember Bellini making lots of plays in the '84
season. I listened on the radio frequently then, as I worked most of the time
the games were played. So I remember the name being used frequently.
Played with both Bellini brothers. Both class acts.
I know Mark, he's a good guy. Love's to hunt now days so that makes
him an even better guy :)
Great Story...thank you for sharing your story...truly inspiring.
Fantastic article! I love reading of conversion stories and, with my sports
fanaticism, even better when it involves an athlete. I wish you the best, Mark,
and appreciate your articles, Trent. Keep 'em comin'!
This story was so good I read it twice and smiled, thinking, this world is a
great place for the honest in heart...Mark, thanks for your example and living a
life that exemplifies what matters most.
That is what football should be about - life. Thanks for a wonderful story.
John Fugal was my BYU bishop my freshman year. A great man, still alive today.
Great story! I had a Spanish class with Mark at BYU and remember how kind he was
off the field. So happy to know a little more about his conversion and about his
life after BYU. Beautiful family!
Any story in which someone is quoted as beginning a sentence with the word,
"Golly!" is worth reading in my book! ;-D (And congrats to Brother