Two players on each team (one on offense and one on defense) can have a speaker in their helmet. … That player will have a green dot on…

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Coordinators make millions. Don’t get me started about realignment. But nothing is more evergreen than the lack of diversity among college football head coaches. This year, there are…

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While that’s 13 more than there were in 1992, it also means that only 10% of the programs have Black head coaches in a sport in which nearly…

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Since 1869, the evolution of football equipment has come a long way since then. Today, helmets with protective face masks, shoulder pads, thigh pads, knee pads, and cleats…

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How has football become safer in recent years? Over the last few years, the N.F.L. has made 39 rule changes to enhance player safety. Kickoffs were moved to…

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On November 6, 1869, Rutgers and Princeton played what was billed as the first college football game. However, it wasn’t until the 1880s that a great rugby player…

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As of June 2020, the most followed soccer player on Facebook was Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo with almost 122.3 million fans on the social network. Who has more fans…

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In football, helmet-to-helmet contact is one of the most common sources of a concussive impact, but any kind of jarring impact that causes the head to whip back…

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For more than two decades, NFL coaches have been wearing headsets on the sidelines to communicate with players on the field and call plays. Headsets have become such…

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In NCAA football players on the field are not allowed to communicate to the sideline via technology. … In Division I NCAA football, each team may use a…

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