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Mississippi Flag: Prominent College Football Figures Join Movement to Remove … Ole Miss and Mississippi State head football coaches Hugh Freeze and Dan Mullen signed a full page ad published in Monday's print edition The Jackson Clarion-Ledger calling for the alteration. The ad consists of a letter, co-signed by many notable … Read more on University Herald High school football countdown No. 10: Andress Eagles The team's defense will lead the charge this season. One of Andress' top players to watch will be senior Tristan Cooper, who has received scholarship offers from UTEP, New Mexico, New Mexico State and Texas State. As a junior, he had 97 tackles … Read more on El Paso Times University of Notre Dame announces pep rallies for 2015 football season Notre Dame, Ind. — Notre Dame has announced its schedule of pep rallies for the 2015 football season. Below is the list of dates and locations for the rallies. It is free to attend and tickets are not required. They all begin at 6 p.m. EST. ND vs … Read more on...

Football holds Sweatin' with Strong women's clinic...

Football holds Sweatin' with Strong women's clinic Nearly 1,000 female Texas Football fans now have a better idea what it's like to participate in a Longhorns practice. Head coach Charlie Strong held his second annual women's clinic — Sweatin' with Strong — on Saturday. The five-hour clinic, which … Read more on TexasSports.com Live Updates: Practice No. 3 The Texas Longhorns are hosting their annual fan day Sunday from 9:45 a.m. until 3:30 p.m, and Horns247 will have you covered from the team's open practice to kick off the day. From 9:45 a.m. until noon, the Longhorns will practice at Darrell K Royal … Read more on...

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The SEC Football Guide for Beginners, 2015 Edition The newest members, Texas A&M and Missouri, joined the SEC in 2012. Little known fact: The University of the South (Sewanee), Georgia Tech and Tulane were part of the founding members of the SEC. Sewanee left in 1940, Georgia Tech left in 1964 (after … Read more on StyleBlueprint (blog) Arizona Football Season Opener: Arizona vs UTSA On Thursday September 3rd our Arizona Wildcats will face-off against University of Texas San Antonio for the second year in a row. The Wildcats squeezed a 26-23 victory over the Roadrunners last year in the second game of the season. Will this year … Read more on Zona Zealots BYU football: Top 5 obstacles Cougars face to join a Power-5 conference Last week, the Big 10 joined the ACC and the SEC in saying BYU would be considered a Power 5-level opponent in terms of football scheduling. It's not particularly surprising and it's fairly apparent that most of college football thinks the success … Read more on Daily...

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Spurrier bets Texas A&M coach that USC defense will be more improved | The State USC Gamecocks Football. July 22, 2015. Spurrier bets Texas A&M coach that USC defense will be more improved. Both teams have new defensive coordinators. USC was 13th, Texas A&M 14th in total defense. Steve Spurrier and Kevin Sumlin bet $ 10. Read more on The State Company One's 'Colossal' Goes Head-To-Head With Football And Masculinity … Like the sports therapist in the play, the writer admits to both passionately loving football (he earned a master's degree in playwriting at the University of Texas, where the sport is “in the bloodstream at every level”) and being troubled both by its … Read more on...

Football Training with the Powerlifts for High School Football Players...

  Football Training for High School Football Using Powerlifting Can you use Powerlifting as your high school football training program? Well, using it as the entirety of your program is a mistake, however, using the powerlifts and their variations is the foundation of any good strength program, especially for football. Powerlifitng for Football Strength and Speed Forget gimmicks like parachutes, “strength shoes,” or fancy Nike products…football speed is built with strength. Always has been, always will be. Football speed is about strength. How strong you are and how explosive you become because of that strength is what leads to getting faster for football. Football speed is NOT track speed. Re-read that…Football Speed is NOT Track Speed. Specifically, you need strength in the hamstrings, glutes and hips. And, what better way to build these muscles than with the Squat and Deadlift! Granted, the Bench Press will do nothing for your speed, and, its value for football is not as high as some would make it out, especially when compared with Incline and Dumbbell Incline. However, for overall upper body power, you can and should Bench…just rotate it with Overhead Presses, Inclines and Dumbbell Inclines. Now, back to speed. As I said earlier, the hamstrings are your speed muscles. Followed by the glutes, hips, and calfs; basically, your entire posterior chain. The Squat and Deadlift build these muscles like no other. The problem is that people who push the fancy, high-tech...