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By Rogers Redding, the national coordinator of College Football Officiating, who provides insights about rules changes and the mindset of college football referees. The CFO is the national professional organization for all football officials who work games at the collegiate level.

The biggest and most controversial rule change coming into the 2013 season was the automatic disqualification of a player who committed any targeting foul. Read the rest of entry »

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Rogers Redding, the national coordinator of College Football Officiating, provides insights about rules changes and the mindset of college football referees. The CFO is the national professional organization for all football officials who work games at the collegiate level.

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Rogers Redding, the national coordinator of College Football Officiating, provides insights about rules changes and the mindset of college football referees. The CFO is the national professional organization for all football officials who work games at the collegiate level. Read the rest of entry »

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The relevance of the football field as a classroom was present in 1938, as it is today, and it will remain so in the future. Coaches who teach life lessons through the game are truly the "special ones".
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Posted on 5/21/2013 3:33 PM By anonymous

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EXCLUSIVELY to Monday's Chalktalk Rogers Redding, the national coordinator of College Football Officiating, provides insights about rules changes and the mindset of college football referees. The CFO is the national professional organization for all football officials who work games at the collegiate level.

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Posted on 4/29/2013 9:00 AM By anonymous

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The NFF and Pop Warner Little Scholars have partnered to promote participation, health and safety, academic achievement, and the community involvement of the young athletes who play football. Pop Warner Executive Director Jon Butler provides items of interest related to the partnership.

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Posted on 4/26/2013 3:00 PM By anonymous

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By Stephanie Dattilo Taylor (A former ESPN.com and ABC Sports writer and researcher who now works as corporate lawyer, Taylor founded CollegeFootballGirl.com in 2010 to educate newfound fans on the basics of the game and enhance the knowledge of long-time fans. The NFF periodically reproduces her reports, helping further her mission of creating a greater understanding of the game.) Read the rest of entry »

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By L.A. Byrne (A member of the NFF Morris Country Chapter, Laura Byrne wrote the following blog after attending the organization’s 19th Annual Scholar-Athlete Awards Banquet April 17, 2013.)

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EXCLUSIVELY to Monday's Chalktalk Rogers Redding, the national coordinator of College Football Officiating, provides insights about rules changes and the mindset of college football referees. The CFO is the national professional organization for all football officials who work games at the collegiate level.

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Posted on 3/25/2013 9:15 AM By anonymous

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EXCLUSIVELY to Monday's Chalktalk Rogers Redding, the national coordinator of College Football Officiating, provides insights about rules changes and the mindset of college football referees. The CFO is the national professional organization for all football officials who work games at the collegiate level.

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