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Bobby Staub and Mike Cross Join the AFCA Staff

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American Football Coaches Association® (AFCA®) executive director Todd Berry announced the addition of two new staff members today. Bobby Staub, former deputy athletics director at Florida International University (FIU), will join the AFCA as Director of Sponsorship and Development, while former Utah State University offensive administrative assistant Mike Cross will be the Coordinator of Social Media. With Cross now handling social media for the AFCA and the American Football Coaches Foundation&...

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6 Keys to Finishing Well

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By Glen McNew, Retired Head Coach, Morgantown (W.Va.) High School What is finishing? It’s a mantra of many coaches across every sport, inspiring their athletes to reach the end (of a game, a practice, a single play or round) on top. But what does it consist of? We believe finishing is a culmination of six key factors. 1. Weight Room – You are not going to be successful if your players are not dedicated to the weight ro...

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Northwestern, Rice Take Home 2010 Academic Award

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NORTHWESTERN AND RICE RECEIVE THE 2010 AFCA ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

WACO, TEX. — Northwestern University and Rice University will share the American Football Coaches Asso­­ciation’s 2010 Aca­demic Achieve­ment Award, which is presented by the Touchdown Club of Memphis. Northwestern and Rice recorded a 100 percent graduation rate for members of its freshman football student-athlete class of 2003. This is the sixth honor for Northwestern and the first for Rice sinc...

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2011 Academic Award Goes to Boise State, Miami (Ohio)

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BOISE STATE AND MIAMI (OHIO) RECEIVE THE 2011 AFCA ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

WACO, TEX. — Boise State University and Miami University (Ohio) will share the American Football Coaches Asso­­ciation’s 2011 Aca­demic Achieve­ment Award, which is presented by the Touchdown Club of Memphis. Boise State and Miami (Ohio) recorded a 100 percent graduation rate for members of its freshman football student-athlete class of 2004. This is the first honor for Boise State and Mia...

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