Oregon-offensive-coordinator-scott-frostAll season, Scott Frost, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for Oregon, has been leading and mentoring a group of five quarterbacks, including Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota, to ready them for last week’s game against the Ohio State Buckeyes at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Though they lost to Ohio State, the coach is still all in.  Earlier this fall, Frost sat down with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) to talk about what that means—both on and off the field. “When you’re ‘All In’ in your faith, then you’re also completely committed to Jesus,” Frost told FCA. “Being a good teammate is vital to being ‘All In’ and to being completely committed. Here at Oregon, we talk about taking care of the soldier on your left and the soldier on your right and being more worried about the person next to you than about yourself. Anytime in football or outside of football that you have that kind of mentality and you’re putting other people first, I think you have a great chance to have a great team.” More