NFL – Spach Out For the Rest of the NFL Season Playoffs
The tight end of the Arizona Cardinals and 26 years-old Stephen Spach, is out for the rest of the season due to a tore ACL on his right knee, the injury happened while doing a block during the second half of the game against the Carolina Panthers last Saturday. Spach was a great help for the Cardinals in the running game, especially by his blocking abilities, which were an important weapon in the progress of the Cardinals classification. During the game against Atlanta before playing against Carolina, Spach got a 23-yard catch on the third quarter and a late 16 situation in the 30-24 wild-card victory.Top 10 Most Disappointing NFL Teams in 2008 Season
The year 2008 in the NFL was a year of big surprises and disappointments. We saw history made, major fall offs and plenty of coaches fired. Here are the most disappointing teams in 2008.Youth Football Sportsmanship – The Ultimate Story the Gainseville State School
Are you tired of hearing how bad sportsmanship is in the US? Tired of hearing about another fight between parents and coach or worse? Take in what happened to the Gainesville State school this season, it’s a2008 BCS Championship Game – Florida’s Tebow, Harvin and Defense Send Oklahoma Home a Loser, 24-14
When on patrol in a war zone and we are suddenly ambushed and outnumbered 10-to-1 and I have my choice of any player on the Florida and Oklahoma football teams, give me Tim Tebow. Millions of television viewers found out why during the BCS national championship game when Tebow led Florida to a 24-14 win over Oklahoma for the national championship title.2008 GMAC Bowl – Tulsa Slaps the Ball State Cardinals All the Way Back to Indiana in a 45-13 Mugging
All you need to know about how good Ball State was this year after running up a perfect 12-0 record and a No. 12 ranking in the AP Top 25 Poll is to learn that the Cardinals lost the Mid-American Conference Championship to Buffalo, 42-24, and then got slapped around in the 2008 GMAC Bowl by unranked Tulsa 45-13.Your 2009 Super Bowl Survival Guide
This is a Survival Guide to Super Bowl 2009. Get ready for this year’s party!How to Disguise Your Defense Using the 3-5-3
This article discusses how to disguise your defense using the 3-5-3. This defense always lines up three down linemen in the same position every time making it difficult for the offense to read the rush. Line backers and safeties move in and out from the line of scrimmage disguising the pass coverages and if the defense is blitzing.Tailgating Essentials
When it comes to the art of tailgating, most back yard barbecue aficionados think they can’t be beat. But just how good would they be if they had to hitch up that grill and take it on the road? It takes a special kind of cook and some special preparation to be a true tailgating master.2008 BCS Fiesta Bowl – Ohio State Buckeyes Come Oh So Close, But Texas Wins in the End, 24-21
The 2008 BCS Fiesta Bowl turned out to be a pretty good football game, but truth be told, the aftermath did little to resolve the impressions left on both teams and left lingering doubts about two of the nation’s biggest and best major college football programs. Texas won and Ohio State lost, but both were a little tarnished in the aftermath. Find out why.Getting Teams to Jump Offsides in Youth Football – What is Allowed?
Trick Shift Play Backfires in Big Time College Football. Many youth football coaches are “football junkies”. We like watching pro or college football. Sometimes we even see things that we think we can use for our own youth football teams.College Football Off Season – Fan Training and Survival Guide
For losing teams, the season is long. Figuring out what to do at the conclusion of a losing season is the responsibility of the coaching staff – if they are fortunate enough to have their contracts renewed – and the school administration – if they are fortunate enough to not have an alum chasing them with a dull axe. The off-season provides winners and losers alike, an opportunity to retool, rest and to build for the future.