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College Football – Forward Passes and Recruiting
In college sports, players in various sports are tested and trained to be included in college teams. Among these sports is college football. College football is one of the most popular sports in the USA. The goal is to score points by getting the ball into the opposing team’s court, or end zone. Over the years, players and coaches have developed various plays for getting the ball to the goal. One of these is known as the forward pass.New Data on Multiple Concussions in Youth Football
What are the long term implications of concussions in youth football? The danger players have of sustaining multiple concussions.A Youth Football Coaching Legend Dies – How Will You Be Remembered?
Those of us that coach youth football have a huge responsibility working with young kids. When you pass on, how will you be remembered as a coach? Here is a story of one of us, Daniel Tannyhill.Why Did the Single Wing Offense Die Out?
At one time the Single Wing Offense was like the Spread Offense of today. Nearly 80% of teams in the 30’s and 40’s ran the Single Wing. In 1970 that number fell to less than 1%. Why did this offense go from most used to an afterthought?Can the Pittsburgh Steelers Repeat As Super Bowl Champions in 2010?
The Pittsburgh Steelers are obviously a very good team. They have the number one defense and their quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger, has proven himself to be a winner. But do the Steelers have what it takes to repeat as Super Bowl champs in 2010?100-0 Basketball Score? What That Means to Those of You Coaching Youth Football
Did you hear about that High School girls basketball score? 100-0, yes, it’s true. But what can those of us coaching youth football learn from it?Youth Football – Drawing Teams Offsides, What You Can and Can’t Do
What is legal and what will get you in trouble when you try and draw teams offsides in youth football? Most coaches don’t have a clue, don’t get caught with your pants down on this one.Youth Football – Sure “Tells” When Scouting Youth Football Games
How do you scout youth football games? How do you figure out keys and tendencies when you are scouting? Some very simple tricks:Football Offensive Lineman Drills by Former NFL Player Irv Eatman
I am a former NFL Football player and I want to talk today about offensive lineman. My friend and fellow Football University Coach Irv Eatman spoke to me about some practice drills that are great for offensive lineman. On all drills, we base the fact that we want our lineman to be lateral movers.Want Better Hands?
Of course you do, every athlete wants better hands, Hands that are faster and stronger. Receivers and running backs need better hands to catch the ball and to hold onto it once they have it. Defensive linemen need better hands to fight off blocks, offensive linemen to improve their punch drill.What Could Rec Athletes Learn From the Super Bowl?
The 43rd iteration of the Super Bowl turned out to be an unbelievable game. Even if you didn’t have a rooting interest, I bet at the end you were pulling for one side or the other. Maybe you wanted the underdog to win, or maybe you were/became a fan of the traditional powerhouses. Either way, what was played out in Tampa was one for the ages.