Just Before Michigan’s Big Win, They All United for a Prayer: 'All Glory to God'

They say the teams that pray together, win together. Or something like that...

Just before the University of Michigan's  remarkable victory at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, most Wolverine players gathered, took a knee, and offered a collective prayer. It wasn't just a pre-win ritual, though. Following their triumph, standout linebacker Junior Colson made it clear that, in his view, the victory was "all glory to God."

From Western Journal:

Wolverines starting quarterback J.J. McCarthy sat to Colson’s right at the press conference.

When Colson praised God, McCarthy bowed his head for a moment and pointed heavenward in acknowledgement.

Sports Spectrum, a sports and faith account with more than 41,000 followers on the social media platform X, posted the pregame prayer photo.

“Always give thanks, Michigan pregame on-field prayer before today’s CFB playoff matchup against Alabama,” Sports Spectrum tweeted.

The top-ranked and undefeated Wolverines (14-0) needed all the belief they could muster to get past the 4th-seeded Crimson Tide.

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