Liberty University, the pulpit of the Rev. Jerry Falwell, filed suit against the National Collegiate Athletic Association over a regulation that prohibits football players from kneeling in prayer in the end zone. (The NCAA now limits prayers to the sidelines.) "The issue is how public prayer should be," says TIME's Richard Ostling. "People are now re-thinking the range of free speech and free expression. It's part of a general cultural mood that is more tolerant of this kind of expression than it was in the 1960s and 1970s. Then, religious leaders would take this kind of rule without much complaint. But things have changed and they're more inclined to raise a ruckus." Not all sports leaders are causing a fuss, Ostling notes. Grant Teaff, Executive Director of the American College Football Coaches Association, supports the NCAA regulation. He also happens to be Chairman of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.