Todd Knight, coach at OBU, helps develops young men -- both on and off the field

As a college football player, Knight learned discipline, fundamentals and a strong work ethic

“We have some great players, but our great players want to be at Ouachita, they want to get a degree. They know that football will end. I think thats the key. What does football do for you when its over? Its teaching you those life skills to go be the best you can be. Thats really what Im looking for.” - Todd Knight (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Cary Jenkins)
“We have some great players, but our great players want to be at Ouachita, they want to get a degree. They know that football will end. I think thats the key. What does football do for you when its over? Its teaching you those life skills to go be the best you can be. Thats really what Im looking for.” - Todd Knight (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Cary Jenkins)

Nearly anyplace Todd Knight looks on the campus of Ouachita Baptist University, Arkansas' longest-tenured active college head football coach sees family looking back at him.