Youth Football – Why Being Different Leads to Championships When Coaching Youth Football
While youth football and college football are worlds apart in many ways, there certainly are some similarities. How many of you are following what Paul Johnson is doing at Georgia Tech this year? Many “experts” said Johnson’s Flexbone option attack would never work at the big DI level.NFL – All Time Scoring Record Holder Morten Andersen Retires
The Danish kicker and NFL all-time leading scorer of 48 years-old Morten Andersen, made known his retirement this December 8th 2008, due to his knee problems, which have affect him over this past years. Andersen, who did not play in the current season, told the press he was trying to get another contract with an NFL team, but he realized that he wasn’t the same and that he could not train now the way he use to. The Danish announced his departure of the NFL in his hometown, Copenhagen, after 25 years of professional career in the American football.40 Yard Dash is Over Emphasized
The 40 yard dash is the cream of the crop. However, it does not show the true athletic skills of an athlete. That is why the short shuttle is the king.There’s No Crying in Football – Oh Sorry, Yes There Is!
America, its time to be outraged along with the poor University of Texas! In January they are going to give a so-called championship trophy to a college football team that wins a so-called championship game. Why do I say “so-called?Which College Football Playoff System is Best?
A brainstorming of what the college football playoff system would be best. A debate between 16 team and 8 team playoffs.The Cover 2 Defense – How to Beat the Cover 2
Before we can successfully attack the Cover 2 Defense we need to have a basic understanding of what the Cover 2 is and how it is used. The Cover 2 Defense derives it name from the number of deep safeties employed to cover the deep receivers. There are two deep safeties covering the deep threat, in a zone defense, each taking half the field.NFL Playoff Teams
NFL Teams making the playoffs post week 14: Out of the NFC: NY Giants – A lock, but watch out for a letdown in the playoffs. Carolina Panthers – Sealed it up with a win versus Tampa Bay. Minnesota Vikings – Beat up Chicago in week 13 to show they are the better team, rest of the schedule is ridiculous with three playoff caliber teams left, but I still see them going over Chicago, who has the easier schedule.Thursday Night Football – New Orleans Saints at Chicago Bears
The Chicago Bears (7-6, 6-6-1 ATS) deal with the NFL’s best offense when they host the surging New Orleans Saints (7-6, 9-4 ATS) on Thursday Night Football. Public bettors don’t seem too concerned about the Bears’ predicament: About 64% of wagers on the spread have come in on Chicago as slight early favorites. That type of action could move the line in the Bears’ direction before kickoff, although the numbers could change once wise guys start weighing in on the matchup.Wide Receiver Training – Running Crossing Routes
When properly executed, receiver crossing routes are some of the most effective and exciting passing routes in football. Crossing routes are run at shallow angles from one side of the field to the other. Usually run by wide receivers, there are variations that involve tight ends and wide outs.Tony Romo’s Road to Dallas Cowboys Quarterback
Tony Romo’s road to being a star quarterback wasn’t as easy as you might think. In fact, there were many bumps along the way.Kansas Jayhawks College Football Team History and News
The Kansas Jayhawks started their football tradition in 1890 in Lawrence, Kansas. They represent the University of Kansas in the North Division of the Big 12 and is classified in the NCAA’s Division I.