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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Articles tagged: high school football

High Schooler Marky Thompkins Hurdles an Upright Defender (Video)

It appears we’re in the midst of a freak athleticism epidemic across the nation, particularly with regard to football players hurdling defenders.  Looks like the hurdle is starting to become as common as the spin move.  A little over a week ago we showed you a Kentucky recruit leap clean over a defender who was…Read More

California Has Most Players in NFL, Louisiana Most Per Capita

I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love a fun, territorial argument when it comes to sports. Being from LA, I will defend the Pac-10 til death, argue that Southern California has the best baseball, and claim there is an East Coast bias regardless of sport. I’ll also tell you that we have some…Read More

Forward Progress Anyone?

Sports trivia:  what’s the difference between the following video of a high school football player running the wrong way and throwing the ball behind him and the play where DeSean Jackson flipped the ball up in the air before he crossed the goal line?  If you said, “Jackson was happy when he threw the ball…Read More

Great Story: Terry Bowden and Bobby Bowden Fought Over Recruits

I’m a big sucker for great anecdotes, and this would not be an exception. Joining Roc and Manuch on Sporting News Radio Sunday was former Auburn head coach and current college football analyst, Terry Bowden. Terry was breaking down the recruiting scene in light of the recent national signing day. He was asked to share…Read More

Texas and Florida Now Testing High Schoolers for Steroids

Unless you hail from this area, you probably wouldn’t think steroids usage in high school athletics existed. What would athletes between the ages of 15-18 possibly need to stick needles in their butts for, right? Especially if you consider they’re not on the big stage of college, much less professional athletics. Well, turns out there…Read More

High School Creates Football Skyboxes

I just can’t even muster up the words to describe how I feel about this news. Maybe it’s because high school football wasn’t a second religion in my town, or maybe it’s because life for most kids begins in college. I don’t know what the true root to this issue is. All I know is…Read More

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