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The San Diego Bowl Association has decided to focus all of its attention on its other bowl game, the Holiday Bowl, which has been staged at Qualcomm Stadium every year since 1978.The Cougars played in the first seven Holiday Bowls.Witesman’s is not a household name, so what is it that she said that has attracted so much attention?Witesman opened her talk by sharing a prophesy given in the book of Joel: “I will pour out my spirit upon all flesh; and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy … and upon the handmaids in those days will I pour out my spirit.” “Your daughters shall prophesy! “In these last days we are meant to seek and receive spiritual revelation by the power of the Holy Ghost.We are of value because of our divine heritage and because of what will one day be our divine inheritance. Once we know what God wants us to do, we are fully capable of following the counsel of President Hinckley to ‘sacrifice anything that is needed to be sacrificed to … train [our] minds and hands to become an influence for good as [we] go forward with [our] lives.’ We will seek every good gift in the service of our God.All we ask is that others not stand in our way as we pursue the Lord’s errand.” Read, watch or listen to Witesman’s address here.The devotional addresses housed on the BYU speeches website typically receive on average 1,000-2,000 page views in the first two weeks following the speech, but a BYU devotional given two weeks ago by Eva Witesman, an associate professor for the BYU Marriott School of Business, has been viewed nearly 14,500 times, according to the school's speeches department.Its page views make Witesman’s speech, “Women and Education: ‘A Future Only God Could See For You,’” the highest viewed BYU devotional on the BYU speeches website in the last month.

Success Story: When Sonata7 first wrote me on Mingle, she lived in California and I lived in Washington state.PROVO — As it turns out, BYU’s dramatic 24-21 victory over Wyoming in the Poinsettia Bowl at Qualcomm Stadium last month was the final edition of the San Diego-based postseason game.The San Diego Bowl Game Association announced Wednesday that the Poinsettia Bowl is folding.I loved BYU, and I loved being part of that crowd, up in the stands, screaming for victory.Outsiders will never appreciate the heart-thumping loyalty of BYU fans, because our commitment is rooted in spiritual devotion.As Mormons we see the BYU football team as our very own warrior class clashing against the sinful world.


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