Frank Martin Shares Story of Near-Death Experience, Faith with ESPN

The South Carolina men’s basketball team, head coach Frank Martin relays the impact his wife, Anya, had on him staying with the Gamecocks

Watch: Frank Martin shares story of near-death experience, faith with ESPN (The State

Frank Martin believes in guardian angels.

The South Carolina men’s basketball coach reveled that as he spoke to ESPN about a near-death experience he went though in 2006 while at Kansas State.

He was in the hospital for 12 days with a fever and at points was on the brink of organ failure. He told ESPN he felt he was at the point of dying during that time, but he recovered after a mysterious visitor came to his room and prayed with his uncle.

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