Former Buckeye, Maurice Clarett to headline Faith and Family Day at CCU

On October 12th, 2013 Maurice Clarett, the former Ohio State Buckeye that helped bring them the 2002 BCS National Championship. After the 2002 season things went down hill for Clarett, he found himself kicked off the team due to multiple infractions, spent some time in the NFL, and later arrests for robbery and driving around with an array of weapons in 2006.

Since then, Clarett has turned his life around and he is now doing a lot of public speaking about his past, promoting his book and discussing how faith has changed him. Clarett is also now a member of the Tiger Rugby Olympic Development Program in Columbus, Ohio.

about CCU's Faith and Family Day:

The faith day event will begin at 4 PM at The HTC Center, located at 104 Founders Drive. Registration for the event includes entry, a ticket to the football game, and a meal voucher. Tickets are $15 or $20, and those prices are based on where you'd like to sit for the football game at Brooks Stadium. Seating options are highlighted in the chart below. Youth under 18 are just $10. Entry for 2013 Coastal Carolina Football season ticket holders is FREE. 

For more information about Faith and Family Day head on over to