Football


CollegeGridironShowcase
News | January 20, 2021
College Gridiron Showcase Playing Now in Fort Worth   

The College Gridiron Showcase & Symposium, to showcase eligible draft picks, runs in Fort Worth, Texas from January 17-21, 2021. More>>



Mobile
News | January 15, 2021
The Gulf Coast Challenge Powered by the Mobile Sports Authority Announces its Teams for a Unique Spring 2021 Matchup   

Historically Black College and University (HBCU) football is coming back to the Mobile area even earlier in 2021. More>>



NCAABidOppq
Article | January 12, 2021
NCAA Events Are Up for Bid: Get Back in the Game   

Want a quick and important bidding opportunity? Who doesn’t? How about one from the NCAA, to be hosted in spring of 2021? A number of events are... More>>



NCAA
News | January 12, 2021
Want to Bid on NCAA Events Being Held in 2021? Start Here   

Who doesn't want to get off the bench in a big way? NCAA has 2021 events up for bid. Isn't it time for you to get back in the game? More>>



PalmBeach
News | January 8, 2021
2021 CFP National Championship Coming to Palm Beach County   

The Palm Beach County Sports Commission (PBCSC) will be hosting the CFP National Championship game on January 11, 2021. More>>



AAU
News | January 8, 2021
AAU Football Championships Ready to Kick Off   

AAU Football's 2021 Unrestricted National Championship kicks off soon. Here is information on that event and others AAU has planned. More>>



NCEC
News | January 7, 2021
NCEC Camp Series Coming to 12 Major Cities Across the United States    

The camp is scheduled to kick off on January 10 with Atlanta being the first stop. Other stops around the country are planned as well. More>>



WorldGames
News | January 6, 2021
2022 World Games Release Statement on Event Ceremonies   

The Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the 2022 World Games will be held at Protective Stadium in Birmingham, Alabama. More>>



TampaBay
Article | January 4, 2021
Super Bowl Forecast: Many Changes, Still the Same Experience   

What’s the forecast for the Super Bowl? Well, there’s a 100 percent chance of at least 20 percent of spectators, according to the NFL. Other... More>>



Kobe
Article | January 3, 2021
What Were the Top Non-COVID Developments in Sports from 2020?   

Nobody was sorry to see 2020 leave. But looking beyond the devastation the pandemic wrought on our industry, there were important trends and lessons.... More>>



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