Oregon Tech coach wins Coach Wooden award

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (April 4, 2015) — A Christian Sports Organization honored current and past sports stars today with a legends breakfast.

The annual Legends of the Hardwood breakfast took over the Indiana convention center Saturday morning in downtown.

Oregon Tech Coach Danny Miles won the Coach Wooden Keys to Life Award.

College basketball lead studio analyst Clark Kellogg co-hosted the event along with our partner station Fox59’s, Fanchon Stinger.

“The essence of this morning is about using the platform of sports to talk about faith and that’s at the core of who I am,” Kellogg said. “To have the chance to use what God’s given me in visibility and stature and relationship to lend myself and time to this effort.”

Several other athletes were recognized for their work including the 1976 IU’s undefeated men’s basketball team.

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