by Todd Beane on Dec 28, 6:59 PM
Sometimes as coaches we ignore universal truths.
by Dr. Dev Mishra on Dec 21, 2:09 PM
We're in that time of year when people start sneezing and coughing all around you. It's pretty easy to catch a cold or sinus congestion to generally make you feel lousy. And at the same time your team continues to practice and play games.
by Randy Vogt on Dec 15, 7:11 PM
I was asked to give some words of encouragement to young refs who would be refereeing their club's intramural games. The refs were from 10 to 14 years old and they ref players age 6 to 12. Two refs to a game, one on each touchline, on small-sided fields, the largest which is 65 x 35 yards.
by Tom Byer on Dec 13, 2:05 AM
When I went to China to coach 6-year-old kids in a pilot program at five elementary schools in Beijing, I wanted to see what they were doing before I started with my contribution. All the kids had a big ball. Wrong!
by Todd Beane on Dec 7, 1:01 PM
This Red Sanders quote popularly attributed to Vince Lombardi has misguided so many youth coaches and I was one of them. It is so clear, so powerful and so macho that it resonates with every fiber of testosterone in my competitive body.
by Randy Vogt on Dec 4, 10:49 PM
So I've officiated lots of games and realize what is my most difficult job as an official. And it's not what you might think.