Thursday Feb 20
USA Football wants to change youth football. Does Heads Up Football work?
USA Football's release this week of a two-year study on youth football injuries represents the latest attempt to answer two key questions for parents.
Tuesday at Kepler's: Menlo College grad writes about surviving the NFL
"Down, set, hut!" That's his sign to start moving, running the route his quarterback gave him in the huddle.
Peyton, playoffs and pot
Denver has lost a record five championships and holds the record for the most lopsided loss ever: 55-10 against the San Francisco 49ers in 1990.
The Daily Vidette
Goodell Leaves Door Open for Medical Marijuana
Banned substances are part of the sports culture. There are two sides regarding this subject: the players who use it and the respective leagues who try to keep it out of the game.
When in pain, are you a baby or linebacker? Brain study offers clues
When it comes to pain, do you cry like a baby at the slightest bump or are you a football player, pushing through the anguish without a pause? New research shows how you react to pain may be linked to how much grey matter you have in certain areas of the brain.