How to Choose a Football Officiating Camp
Camps and clinics are a critical component of the overall development of your advancement and officiating career. There are many camps from which to chose over the United States. These training opportunities allow you to received instruction from some of the world’s greatest football officials. They also allow you to network and build relationships with those same officials. Some are expensive, some take several days to complete. Some are better, some are worse. So how do you find the right camp?Bo Jackson – Auburn
Bo Jackson is probably the most success American athlete of the 1980s. This article discusses the life and career of Bo Jackson.How to Improve Your Speed For Football in a Single Exercise!
Are you a football player looking to dial up your speed performance and increase your 40 time? If so then permit yourself a minute to read this article and apply the following single exercise that I have included below to improve your sprinting speed in a hurry!Super Bowl Sunday – A Marketing Day Or Part of American Culture?
Super Bowl Sunday has been talked about as being such a great day in American culture, that some have even discussed the opportunities to make Super Bowl Sunday a national holiday. Is this a little bit over the edge? Is Super Bowl Sunday that important? Or, is Super Bowl Sunday just a huge marketing day? Bottom line, America needs Super Bowl Sunday, here’s why.America Loves an Underdog – Especially in Sports
Everybody in the country was hoping for underdog New Orleans to win the Super Bowl. At least it seemed that way. The only ones not cheering for the Saints were folks from Indiana (the Indianapolis Colts was the team they played) and serious bettors (on paper league MVP Payton Manning and his team had already won the game). But in sports, as in life, there’s no such thing as a lead-pipe cinch.Football Speed Drills & Suicides
Suicides… they got that nickname for a reason. These are the drills that you see people sweating and crying over in movies before they come from behind to win the impossible game. Fortunately, though they hurt, they work. Here are a few ideas for team drills you can try.How to Practice Your Football Technique Without a Team
Ever want to play football but can’t find yourself a team to scrimmage with? Playing solo may not be quite as fun as with a team, but its a great way to practice throwing and hone your skills on the field. Read on for a brief how to.A Super Apology to the New Orleans Saints
Dear Sean Payton, Drew Brees, and the New Orleans Saints, I’m sorry. I’m sorry that I have ridiculed your success over the past month. I’m sorry that I have called your coaches and players inadequate.BCS Controversy – A Debate Between AQ’s and Non-AQ’s
The six BCS conferences continue to hold firm to their automatic bowl selections, while the likes of Boise State, TCU, Utah, BYU, and other top tier non-AQ’s attempt to claw their way into the big bowls. Sometimes they’ve made it, sometimes they haven’t. These teams have been required to have unblemished records come bowl selection time, and sometimes that hasn’t even been enough.Football Memorabilia
The history of football memorabilia such as books is not a glorious one. This could be because the sport simply doesn’t lend itself to fiction; or perhaps because nobody who’s any good at writing fiction has ever written much about football.Top Stories From Super Bowl XLIV
For the third straight year, football fans enjoyed a competitive Super Bowl game that has often left fans disappointed after sitting through many blowouts in recent years. The New Orleans Saints surprised the sports world by beating an Indianapolis Colts team that was favored to win the game. Much of this occurred thanks to a powerful offensive performance on the part of Drew Brees and his teammates, but the New Orleans defense was equally efficient in limiting Colts quarterback Peyton Manning.