Reichenbach, Owls to highlight “Big Game” Breakfast
(Newtown, PA) – Former Eagle and Dolphin linebacker Mike Reichenbach will highlight the Bucks County Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ annual “Big Game” breakfast. The breakfast is on Saturday, January 30 from 8:30 -10:00 AM.
The breakfast will be held at Bible Fellowship Church, 725 Oxford Valley Road, in Yardley. Admission is free and a free will offering will be taken.
Reichenbach played eight seasons in the NFL, including four under legendary Eagles head coach Buddy Ryan. Reichenbach was a starter on the 1989 Eagles, a team who boasted the fifth best defense in the NFL. He is currently the head football coach of Calvary Christian Academy.
The breakfast also features two players from the college football feel good story of 2015: Temple kicker Austin Jones and Temple wide receiver Tom Bradway. Jones connected on 82% of his field goal attempts and nailed 44 of 45 extra point tries this Fall. Jones’ 23 field goals ranked in the top 10 in the nation.
Bradway, Jones’ holder, was a critical part of the Owls’ success on special teams. Temple finished this year in the top 25, and their 10 wins tied the school record.
The breakfast will feature presentations from local high school students, as well as a fun Trivia Contest around the first 49 “Big Games.”
Please send any questions and RSVPs to Sharon Leuz at Sharonleuz@fca.org by January 27th.
FCA is the largest Christian sports ministry in the world and focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ. For over 55 years, FCA has sought to impact the world through the influence of athletes and coaches.
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