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092    796.332|bKEE 
100 1  Keenum, Case,|eauthor. 
245 10 Playing for more :|btrust beyond what you can see /|cCase 
       Keenum with Andrew Perloff. 
264  1 Nashville, TN :|bB&H Publishing Group,|c2018. 
264  4 |c©2018 
300    xxiii, 198 pages ;|c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
520    "Case Keenum has traveled one of the most unique paths in 
       the NFL. Recruited by just one college, undrafted, and 
       released three times, Case has overcome every obstacle to 
       become a successful starting quarterback. In 2017, Keenum 
       captured America's imagination by leading the Minnesota 
       Vikings to a 13-3 record and an NFC North title. His game-
       winning touchdown in the final seconds of their divisional
       playoff game against the Saints, the "Minneapolis Miracle,
       " made Case part of NFL history. Keenum shares stories 
       from every stage of his life, starting out as a ball boy 
       for his father's college team in West Texas, going on to 
       win a state title in high school, and rewriting the NCAA 
       record book at the University of Houston. A devastating 
       knee injury almost derailed his football career, but 
       helped him get closer to the woman who would soon become 
       his wife. Throughout his story, Case will explain how 
       being a Christian helped him navigate the winding path to 
       success. No matter what obstacle has been placed in front 
       of him, Case believes God has a plan for him. That's why 
       he plays football and that's why he's writing this book: 
       To glorify God and to help others who face adversity in 
       their everyday life. "Am I a football player who happens 
       to be a Christian?" Case writes, "No, I'm a Christian who 
       happens to be a football player. That's my calling. That's
       my defining characteristic. Once I realized that, 
       everything else fell into place. I became a better 
       football player and, more importantly, a better person.""-
       -publisher's description. 
600 10 Keenum, Case. 
650  0 Football players|zUnited States|vBiography. 
650  0 Christian life. 
650  0 Identity (Psychology)|xReligious aspects|xChristianity. 
700 1  Perloff, Andrew,|eauthor.