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April 6, 2020

Alabama Football uses Apple watches to aid home workouts

The newest members of the University of Alabama football staff has made a lasting first impression to head coach Nick Saban by incorporating modern technology with some old-school training techniques. According to a story in The Times Daily, newly...


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April 2, 2020

FBS athletic directors surveyed on status of college football season

Spring sports have already been put on hold indefinitely across the country amid the coronavirus outbreak, but now many Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) athletic directors are wondering if the college football season will be in jeopardy too. In a n...


February 4, 2020

USA Football accepting grant applications from youth, high school teams

Youth, middle school and high school football programs may apply now through March 9 for USA Football’s equipment grant program, offering $1 million in resources to benefit young athletes. USA Football is a member of the U.S. Olympic & Paralymp...


January 2, 2020

Portable diagnostic X-ray unit allows for sideline evaluation of football injuries

In response to the commitment made by NFL and collegiate football programs to provide better injury evaluation and medical care on the sideline, MinXray Inc., a key global supplier of portable, compact digital imaging equipment, has introduced Impact...


November 13, 2019

Making self-scouting work for the whole team

{Sponsored} Self-scouting can pay off generously for student-athlete performance on the field. It’s a practice that professionals are already doing, and coaches should strongly consider having their players learn the technique. Although self-sco...


November 13, 2019

Winning the offseason: how to train and develop your players when they’re not playing

{Sponsored} Inevitably each season, it comes for every team: the offseason. And whether you walked away with an early round exit or as champions of your league, each and every coach should already be thinking about how their players can train, develo...


November 11, 2019

Parents chase referee off field at Washington youth football game

A referee at a Washington youth football game earlier this month was chased off of the field by a group of parents, who then began fighting each other. Police in Orting, southeast of Tacoma, continue to investigate the incident. According to Q13 N...


October 16, 2019

Study identifies 3 sports with highest concussion rates

A new study published this week in the journal Pediatrics found that concussion rates in football games are on the rise. However, the rates of football practice concussions and recurrent concussion in all sports have declined. The study included...


October 15, 2019

Torrey Smith sounds off after coach faces possible suspension, fine for 36-0 win

A Philadelphia youth football coach is facing a possible fine and suspension after his team's 36-0 victory last weekend, and former NFL wideout Torrey Smith is not happy about it. Smith, who is the brother-in-law of the coach, Kyle Williams, weigh...


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October 14, 2019

PSA compares youth tackle football to smoking cigarettes

The Concussion Legacy Foundation last week unveiled its "Tackle Can Wait" PSA, comparing the dangers of youth tackle football to smoking cigarettes. The Boston-based organization hopes to change how we handle and understand concussions in sports. ...