PULLMAN, Wash. (BP)--Tony Bennett asks a lot of questions.
When he attended his first Fellowship of Christian Athletes camp in Colorado as a teenager, it sparked a spiritual curiosity that eventually led to his salvation. Former Nebraska football coaching icon Tom Osborne was the keynote speaker, and Bennett, raised in a Catholic church, took a laundry list of questions back to the small-group follow-up sessions.
"I remember asking a ton of questions," Bennett said. "That's my nature. I pinned the huddle leader against a wall."
Now, though, he is on the receiving end of questions. People want a lot more of your time when you preside over one of the best college basketball teams in the country.
Bennett, the second-year head coach of Washington State University, is leading a modern-day hoops renaissance in obscure Pullman, Wash., where he is a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church. Read More