Staying Motivated When Your Team is Losing
Let’s face it, losing just stinks. But despite the sting, or embarrassment, or disappointment, there can be some bright spots if you know how to look for them. Here are five game-changing nuggets that can make a huge difference. Make your adversity your university. You expected this point didn’t you? So, my question to you […]
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The 10 High Schools That Produce The Most NFL Players
Some heads definitely turned when ESPN chose to broadcast a High School football game this fall on it’s primary channel (not ESPN 2 or 3).  The game showcased two of the top teams in the country, Saint John Bosco (Bellflower, CA) vs Bishops Gorman (Las Vegas, NV). There is no doubt that High School football […]
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East View High School’s (Georgetown, Texas) Apollos Hester has the type of attitude that every coach should want in a player. He’s all about attitude and it’s contagious.  Nothing can get him down. Even if a half-time situation looks bleak—as it may have when his team was down 28-14  versus Vandegrift on Friday—Hester knows that there […]
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Playing the position of receiver requires skills such as good hand-eye coordination, great balance, explosive lower body strength, good agility, and great athleticism just to name a few. One of the most important fundamentals that will help take any receiver to another level is the ability to get off the line of scrimmage against a […]
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Teaching an offensive line to work together is the most vital part to the success of an offense. From pass blocking to picking up a blitzing defensive player, a lineman must be ready to help his fellow teammate. One key fundamental which I feel should be taught is the double team. This can be done […]
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It’s a short film about balance and contentment. About loving something and having to let it go. What Kind of Man, follows Nate Brinkley, a career football player that gets the life knocked into him.
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