- Favre inducted into Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame Updated: Aug-01-15 7:47 pm
JACKSON, Mississippi - For a guy who played football into his 40s and nearly had to be dragged off the field, Brett Favre certainly seems to be enjoying his post-NFL life.
- Michigan taxidermist recreates football rivalry Updated: Jul-30-15 4:44 pm
LANSING, Michigan - A Lansing-based taxidermist used the longtime rivalry between Michigan State University and the University of Michigan as inspiration for his latest creation.
- South Albany High becoming Rebels in name only Updated: Jul-27-15 1:08 pm
ALBANY, Oregon - They removed the Confederate battle flag from South Albany High School 20 years ago. A Confederate soldier does not dance during football games. This year, one of the school's 10 black students led the cheers.
- American football gains popularity in China Updated: Jul-25-15 5:57 pm
BEIJING - The scene could be from any U.S. suburb: two teams of youngsters in football helmets, cleats and pads; referees in pinstripes; parents snapping photos and cheering from the sidelines. But the clipboard-toting coaches call out plays in Chinese and the field is at a park in Beijing.
- North All-Stars beat South All-Stars 20-7 Updated: Jul-18-15 12:40 am
INDIANAPOLIS - INDIANAPOLIS - Not much went the way Jerrell Poindexter thought his Indiana All-Star football experience would go on Friday night.
- NFL's first full-time female official low-key as debut nears Updated: Jul-17-15 7:57 pm
IRVING, Texas - Sarah Thomas shared hugs and idle chatter at her first preseason clinic since the NFL made her the first full-time female on-field official.
- TSSAA council narrowly rejects complete public-private split Updated: Jul-16-15 5:59 pm
MURFREESBORO, Tennessee - The legislative council of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association has narrowly rejected a proposal completing a split of public and private schools in the state's high school athletic group.
- Oxford begins prep for MHSAA football championships Updated: Jul-16-15 4:18 am
OXFORD, Mississippi - The high school football season begins a little more than a month from now, and with that begins the preparation for the prep football championships.
- Mom blames football helmet in death of high school player Updated: Jul-15-15 2:48 pm
RIVERSIDE, California - The mother of a high school football player who collapsed during a game in Southern California has filed a lawsuit blaming his helmet for his death.
- Fear of concussions spur new rules for high school football Updated: Jul-14-15 3:45 pm
COLUMBUS, Ohio - In the hopes of reducing the risk of concussions and head injuries in high school football, the Ohio High School Athletic Commission's board of directors voted unanimously Monday to limit full-contact drills during practices.
- Coach gets 6 months in football rape case probation breach Updated: Jul-13-15 4:28 pm
STEUBENVILLE, Ohio - A volunteer coach whose Ohio house was the scene of a party that preceded the 2012 rape of a girl by two high school football players has been sentenced to six months in jail for another probation violation.
- Bronze statue honoring Pendleton coach unveiled Updated: Jul-13-15 12:35 pm
PENDLETON, Oregon - A new bronze statue honoring Pendleton High School football coach, Don Requa, has been unveiled at Brownfield Park.
- At 20, Manning camp's influence on NFL is widespread Updated: Jul-11-15 2:32 pm
THIBODAUX, Louisiana - Archie Manning never really intended the football camp he founded two decades ago to become a magnet for future NFL quarterbacks.
- Indianapolis football player dies after medical emergency Updated: Jul-09-15 3:45 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - An Indianapolis school district says a high school football player has died after experiencing a medical emergency during practice.
- Former coach accused of molestation denied new sentencing Updated: Jul-09-15 11:06 am
JACKSON, Mississippi - A Bible-quoting judge did not allow religion to influence the 300-month sentence given to a former prep football coach who had been accused of molestation, a federal appeals panel has ruled.