Jesus was front and centre at the NCAA wrestling championships this past weekend. 

Two college wrestlers, Aaron Brooks and David Carr, wore headbands that said '100% Jesus.'

Carr from Iowa State went on to win his second NCAA championship, a national title at 165 lbs.

"100 % Jesus!! 2x NCAA CHAMP All glory to God" said Carr in a post on Instagram. 

When asked what his thoughts and emotions were when it came to being a finalist this year, he again gave all the glory to God.

"I just want to say, not I, but through Christ in me, he's the reason I'm in the finals because I just keep putting my faith in him."


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Brooks, who attends Penn State, became a four-time NCAA champion on Saturday after beating Trent Hidlay of North Carolina State.

"It might be boring – it’s the truth, It’s the Lord, the Holy Spirit," Brooks said in a press conference after the event, according to Fox News. "It keeps me calm. It keeps me poised, but I remember it’s bigger than this."

"These four titles come and go; His word remains forever."


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The NCAA Wrestling Championships took place Saturday at the T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, Missouri.