News | January 5, 2015
FBU Sets Dates for 2015 Events   

Football University, a program of camps and events to recognize rising stars in youth football, has set its schedule for 2015. More>>

News | December 18, 2014
Clearwater, Florida, Announces Outback Bowl Beach Day   

Clearwater, Florida, will celebrate the Outback Bowl college football championship game with a day of fun and sun on its world-renowned Gulf beaches. More>>

News | December 12, 2014
Phoenix to be ‘Football Central’ in 2015   

Phoenix, Arizona, will be Football Central when 2015 rolls around, thanks to the NFL Experience and the Pro Bowl. More>>

Article | November 20, 2014
Helmet Project Seeks to Lower Concussion Risks   

With sports-related concussions, it seems clear that either the games need to change or the prevention approaches need to change. More>>

News | November 19, 2014
FBU National Championship Moving to Naples, FL   

. the final four games for the 64-team bracket tournament for Football University's National Championship. More>>

News | November 18, 2014
Stage Set for US Army All-American Bowl   

The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is the nation’s premier high school All-American game, held every January in San Antonio’s Alamodome. More>>

| November 17, 2014
Seven Helmet Concepts Funded by NFL, UA and GE Consortium    

Seven groups have won $500,000 grants to develop technology to prevent concussions/brain injury from Head Health Challenge II. More>>

| November 17, 2014
Hall of Fame Village Concept Approved   

The Pro Football Hall of Fame Board of Trustees approved in concept a plan to develop the current campus into a “Hall of Fame Village.” More>>

News | November 14, 2014
Youth Football Clinic Being Offered with Boca Raton Bowl   

This year's Boca Raton Bowl also features an opportunity for football players and coaches to train the next generation of gridiron stars. More>>

| November 10, 2014
LSU Partners With i1 Biometrics to Measure Head Impact, Concussions    

i1 Biometrics has partnered with Louisiana State University on an engineering and football research Beta program to measure head impact. More>>

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