High School Football, Part Two
My High School Football Coach used to put a proverb/saying on the bulletin board nearly every day. This saying was to be thought about and applied to football and your life.Expert Football Predictions – Green Bay Packers NFL Picks
The 2008 Green Bay Packers season started out pretty good. They jumped out to a 4-3 record early in the season. From there they struggled mightily only winning two more games the rest of the year. They had a very good offense, but the defense was downright bad. Aaron Rodgers filled in admirably for Packer legend Brett Favre. However, it didn’t translate into a successful season for the Pack. Did the Packers do enough after the season to justify any hope of winning it all this year?Football Is Great
Football is one of those sports that everyone can really appreciate because not only do you have to have determination to go through the practices but you must have good skill. This really matters as you get higher in the league.Should College Football Athletes Be Paid?
This is a great sports article from a great new college football website. Check it out!End Exhibitionism in the National Football League
Given the improvements in off-season training, the time has come for the National football League to cut in half the number of exhibition games each team plays. Season ticket holders are forced to pay for tickets to irrelevant matches This author offers an appealing solution to the loss of revenue due to the elimination of these meaningless games.Five Things You May Not Know About the New York Giants
The New York Giants are one of the oldest football teams in the NFL. They have had a number of great players and played in a number of famous games during their time. Here is a look at five facts about the New York Giants that you may not be aware of.Five Things You May Not Know About the Minnesota Vikings
The Minnesota Vikings have had a fascinating history through their years in the NFL. The team has had a number of great players and played in a number of great games over the years. Here is a look at five things you may not know about the Minnesota Vikings.The Best 2009 NCAA Preseason Top 25 Poll
The preseason polls are out, and they are all just imitations of each other. This poll is a ranking of the top 25 college football teams based on how the author believes the teams will finish the season and not on “group think.”The NFL’s Blackout Policy – Corporate Necessity Or PR Blunder?
I was shocked to hear that the Saturday night, August 15th, preseason game between my local San Diego Chargers and the visiting Seattle Seahawks had become a victim of the National Football League’s ‘blackout policy’. It did not sell out is the given reason. Is this ‘good business’ in these hard times? I think not.So You Want to Be a High School Football Official?
This article will give you the basic resources to get you started in high school football officiating. Most school district in the US have football officiating programs that you can join.Brett Favre Vikings 2009 – A Done Deal
In what appears to be the final chapter (for now) in the Brett Favre Vikings story, Favre was signed to a deal to make him the Vikings starting quarterback. The Vikes have long believed they were one great QB away from Super Bowl immortality, but does this really have them Miami-bound in 2010?