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Linebacker/Running Back Cody Crist from Wilson Middle School (Plano, TX) was named the General Dennis D. Cavin Youth Player of the Year during the FBU Youth All-American Bowl. “A key member of the three-time FBU National Championship North Texas team, Cody is one of the fastest players in the country,” said Erik Richards, National Recruiting Director. “He reminds me of former two-time FBU Youth All-American [ Read More ]
“You can say he had the best year in the history of college football.” -Stanford head coach David Shaw You won’t find any argument to Coach Shaw’s quote here. A graduate of the Football University camp system, two-time FBU Youth All-American, and 2014 U.S. Army All-American, the 200-pound sophomore from Stanford had arguably the best season in the history of college football at any level and [ Read More ]
On Monday, December 21st, the Championship games of the FBU National Championship will all be broadcast live on ESPN3 from Naples High School. The schedule for the three games is: 6th Grade Championship Game: 1:00 PM 7th Grade Championship Game: 4:00 PM 8th Grade Championship Game: 7:00 PM For more information on Championship Weekend check out more information on www.fbunc.com. Check out the brackets for the tournament [ Read More ]
FBU Atlanta Alumni and current Harvard Quarterback Scott Hosch was not expected to be Ivy League Player of the Year in the preseason. However he emerged as the starter out of camp and went on to set a program record with 2,827 passing yards. To read more about this incredible honor, click here.
The 2016 Youth All-American Bowl will take place on Saturday, January 9, 2016 after the 2016 U.S. Army All-American Bowl at Saint Mary’s Hall in San Antonio, Texas. Do you know someone who has what it takes to be an FBU Youth All-American? Only current 7th and 8th graders are able to be nominated and they must submit game film from the current 2015-2016 season. [ Read More ]
The heart and soul of any good football team is its offensive line. There’s no position in football that requires more technique and discipline. With your outside foot back, the first step out of your stance is a short step with your outside foot. To gain ground on your defender and to get your momentum moving toward the defender, take a six inch gain step. [ Read More ]
Developing a quarterback’s throwing motion is like a basketball player shooting a free throw — tireless hours practicing reptition is key. If your throwing mechanics are sound, there will be consistent results in your passes. Comfortably ‘carriage’ the football close to your chest, with elbows relaxed and pointed toward the ground. Quiet upper body, athletic lower body. Keep your front shoulder closed. The ball will [ Read More ]