Maine wants to develop 8-player football divisions. Now it’s getting closer to becoming a reality. – Bangor Daily News

A framework for adding two, eight-player divisions to Maine high school football beginning next fall inched closer to formality Tuesday. The Maine Principals’ Association football committee has created an updated draft of the proposed format for the next two-year classification cycle that would include Classes A, B and C, and an eight-player class with two […]

President Trump Feeds College Football National Champions ‘Hamberders’ and Twitter Can’t Stomach It – TIME

The Clemson University football team was invited to the White House Monday to celebrate their College Football National Championship win in a scene that was also a feast for social media users. The South Carolina team, which defeated the University of Alabama’s Crimson Tide 44-16 on Jan. 7, was offered a candelabra-lit spread of takeout […]

Kyler Murray decision on football or baseball could be simple – USA TODAY

CLOSE The Oklahoma quarterback took a big step towards becoming a star in the NFL, but that doesn’t necessarily mean playing in the MLB is out of the question. USA TODAY For the last two months as he ascended from crossover curiosity to college football’s dominant player, it’s been impossible to avoid forming an opinion […]

Varsity Blues Turns 20! Quotes from the Classic Football Movie – Parade

Happy birthday, Varsity Blues! The film about a small-town high school football team in Texas was released 20 years ago on January 15, 1999. Varsity Blues stars James Van Der Beek as Jonathon “Mox” Moxon, a quarterback struggling to deal with his overbearing father and ruthless football coach, Bud Kilmer. Ali Larter, who played Darcy […]

GHSA’s Whittle steps back; Giddens now football coordinator – Atlanta Journal Constitution

GHSA associate director Tommy Whittle is stepping back to a part-time role with the association and turning over his most high-profile duty, that of coordinating football, to fellow associate director Kevin Giddens, the former Colquitt County athletics director. Whittle is a former vice president of the Georgia Independent School Association who joined the GHSA staff […]

How Michael Strahan Took Control of His Post-Football Career – Entrepreneur

This story appears in the January 2019 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » Socks. It’s a Tuesday afternoon in October, and Michael Strahan is deep in thought about socks. “We can do more of these non-solids in a solid,” says Douglas Raicek, president of the trouser division at Peerless Clothing, as Strahan contemplates a pair of […]

Mike Leach, Michael Baumgartner tease football and war leadership course at Washington State University – The Spokesman-Review

Mike Leach added his name to some Washington State University students’ courseload wish lists this weekend, though it’s uncertain whether his class on guerrilla warfare and football strategy will be offered on the Palouse this spring. The head Cougars football coach, fresh off a season where the program won the most games in its […]

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