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BTN LiveBIG: Penn State's Michael Robinson makes sports safer, one mouth guard at a time

Throughout his football-playing days, former Penn State standout Michael Robinson tucked away a number underneath his pads that was different from the one on his jersey. It was his way of preserving the memory of a good friend whose bright future in the game was cut tragically short. “He was actually the No. 3 rated recruit in Virginia coming out of high school,” Robinson recalled. “The day before my senior year in high school [started], he died on the practice field because of dehydration. It’s something that stuck with me throughout my entire career from Penn State to San Francisco

BTN LiveBIG: For Russell Wilson, stopping domestic violence is personal

Domestic violence impacts thousands of people across the country every day — so many that there often isn’t enough space in shelters to accommodate victims who need temporary refuge. Major off-the-field controversies involving some of the sport’s more prominent players have put a spotlight on that subject during this football season. And one of the NFL’s biggest stars is leading an effort to address the problem. Russell Wilson, a University of Wisconsin graduate and quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks team that’s playing in its second-straight Super Bowl tomorrow, started the Pass the Peace initiative through his Why Not You Foundation.

BTN LiveBIG: Russell Wilson impacting communities

Russell Wilson is one of the most dynamic quarterbacks in the NFL, a dynamo on the ground and through the air. This weekend, he will lead the Seahawks against Seattle’s , the rival San Francisco 49ers, with a spot in the Super Bowl on the line. But there’s something beyond a shot at a Lombardi Trophy that motivates Wilson. In 2012, Wilson founded the Russell Wilson Passing Academy, designated as a football camp for children ages 9-17 who play all positions on the football field. The Cincinnati native’s goal in starting the program goes further than just teaching the fundamentals of