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August 25, 2015

Indiana HS football teams put on probation after fight

A fight that ended an Indiana high school football game last week has landed the two teams on probation for the remainder of the 2015-16 season. Indiana High School Athletic Association Commissioner Bobby Cox announced the sanctions this afternoon...

August 24, 2015

Michigan offering free concussion insurance to prep athletes

Junior and high school athletes in Michigan will now be covered by concussion insurance, offered free of charge by the state athletic association. Michigan becomes the first state to offer free concussion insurance to its members. Montana announc...
Football Secondary
August 24, 2015

Making your secondary primary

The imperatives of secondary play are beneficial to man and zone concepts. Secondary players must align according accordingly to the offensive formation, understand where the help is located and carry out their assignment. Proper alignment takes a...

Wisconsin high school football players are suffering fewer concussions during practices, according to a recent study.
August 19, 2015

Wisconsin football practice concussions on the decline

A study conducted by the University of Wisconsin shows the state's new rules for high school football practices are making a difference in decreasing the number of concussions. [caption id="attachment_13808" align="alignright" width="316"] Wiscon...

August 12, 2015

Georgia high school gets nation’s largest video board

A Georgia high school now holds the crown for the nation's largest prep football stadium video board. Norcross High School has unveiled its massive new stadium feature, one week before the football team kicks off its season. The project was built ...

football 2
August 10, 2015

How to prepare for football’s new fast-paced offenses

As many teams begin to adapt to a fast-paced, hurry-up offensive scheme, the practice and conditioning components should also change. Fast-paced offenses are dictating and controlling the tempo of the game, and they can ultimately expose conditioning...

Tennis players can run as much as three miles per match, according to Runner's World. | Photo: Kevin Hoffman
July 21, 2015

Mapping how far athletes run during competition

Unless we're talking about track or cross country, its difficult to map exactly how far athletes run during competition. Fortunately for us, today's technology is helping us solve that problem. [caption id="attachment_13463" align="alignright" wi...

July 20, 2015

Florida school aesthetically improves facilities

When your school is more than 50 years old, an occasional upgrade here and there is a necessity. That was the motivation behind recent improvements made at Boone High School (Orlando, Florida). Last year, Athletic Director Doug Patterson worked wi...

Arkansas football coach Bret Bielema speaks during the SEC Media Day.
July 16, 2015

Bret Bielema talks social media’s impact on recruiting

Coaches are always watching. And for student-athletes hoping to land a college athletic scholarship, that's something they must never forget. [caption id="attachment_13429" align="alignright" width="258"] Arkansas football coach Bret Bielema speak...

July 16, 2015

Schools can afford impressive stadium displays if they get creative

Telling score might be the least impressive feature of scoreboards these days. If your stadium doesn’t have the ability to play back in-game highlights or update scores from throughout the conference, you might be behind the curve. An athletic a...