Fractures of the collar bone, or clavicle, are among the most common fractures encountered in contact or collision sports. Football is no exception.
Here at the University of Toledo, we feel that your stance and start – or takeoff – on every play is crucial to success at all positions. Probably the most important position that requires a good explosive start is receiver.
The explosion and rampant spread of the Double-Wing Offense – the Don Markham-flavored attack juggernaut – flourished all over California, then Oregon, Washington and soon across the rest of the nation.In a nutshell, here are five lessons learned over time about this offense, once called a passing fad!
The best football coaches are always looking for new ways to reach out to their players and connect with them on a personal level. University of Georgia head coach Mark Richt is no exception. To build team chemistry, Richt created what he calls “The Hot Seat.”
Football is a high-speed, collision sport. As head-injury and concussion face intense scrutiny from all sides, coaches are left to wonder what can be done to protect their players. Fortunately, we live in an age when technology can help us solve problems related to head-injury in football.
The American Football Coaches Foundation (AFCF) announced that Randall Stephenson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of AT&T Inc., is the 2014 recipient of its CEO Coach of the Year Award. Stephenson was selected for the award by a unanimous vote of the AFCF Board of Directors. He will be honored at The Foundation’s CEO Coach of the Year Dinner, held at The Waldorf Astoria in New York, N.Y., on December 15, 2014.
The Wizard Kicking Stix football holder was designed, tested and perfected by Wizard Kicking and top college and professional kickers. It works with or without placekick blocks.
Amway has launched a sweepstakes where fans can snap a selfie next to one of the most widely recognized sports trophies and be entered to win an all-expenses-paid trip for two to a college football rivalry game.