This father-son duo won 3 state football championships. To win another, one will have to beat the other.
Quarterback #11 Riley Dodge of the North Texas Mean Green seen during warmups before action against the Ball State Cardinals in 2009. None other than Todd Dodge. On Dec. 16, 2005, Southlake Carroll head coach Todd Dodge celebrated a state championship win his son, Riley, the team’s starting QB. Following a stint as quarterbacks coach at the University of Pittsburgh in 2011, Todd returned to the high school football coaching ranks in Texas. Now, he’ll try to win his first state football title as a coach by beating the man he’s spent his entire life in football with.
There might be no choice, but spring football could cause major issues for colleges, high schools
Playing high school and college football in the spring? Here are five serious issues administrators at colleges and high schools will have to address if they are forced to move football to the spring. If a spring football season ends in late May or June, that leaves barely two months before another season FULLY starts up again with practices. But the big offseason cash cow for the league, the annual NFL Draft held in April, could be impacted. What do you think about the idea of having college and high school football played in the spring?