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Launched in 2017 and now with over 4 million downloads, Sports Spectrum's podcast features stories on the intersection of sports and faith. Hosted by former ESPN Senior Producer Jason Romano, new conversations drop 3 times each week.
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Dec 2, 2022

Eric Mac Lain is a former offensive lineman at Clemson University who now works as a college football analyst with the ACC Network. During his time at Clemson, he was a part of  two conference championships and made a national championship appearance in his senior year of 2015. At the time of his graduation, he obtained the most wins (46) by a single player in Clemson history, while earning Strength and Conditioning All-America honors.

As a student, Mac Lain was an All-ACC Academic football selection and graduated with a Bachelor’s in health science (2015) and a Master’s in athletic leadership and administration (2017). In 2019, he joined the new ACC Network as a studio analyst. 

Today on the podcast, we welcome back Eric Mac Lain to the show to talk about how becoming a dad has changed his life and why it is important for him to love others the way Jesus has loved us. 


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