75 episodes

A podcast for, by, and about high school football officials

Friday Night Stripes Don VanDemark

    • Sports
    • 4.9 • 33 Ratings

A podcast for, by, and about high school football officials

    Spring football and other 2020 oddities with Mike Johnson

    Spring football and other 2020 oddities with Mike Johnson

    Mike Johnson joins to talk about spring football, the girls lacrosse podcast that he has co-started, and other oddities of the fall of 2020.

    • 40 min
    Sprint football and other 2020 oddities with Mike Johnson

    Sprint football and other 2020 oddities with Mike Johnson

    Mike Johnson joins to talk about spring football, the girls lacrosse podcast that he has co-started, and other oddities of the fall of 2020.

    • 40 min
    Pregame - Substitutions

    Pregame - Substitutions

    A pregame episode about substitutions and the rules surrounding it.

    • 12 min
    Pregame - Safety/Touchback

    Pregame - Safety/Touchback

    Review of 8-2-5 and how it defines force, safety, touchback, and the momentum exception

    • 16 min
    Fall 2020 - preparing for a different season

    Fall 2020 - preparing for a different season

    The fall of 2020 will bring new challenges to us. Be prepared for differences ahead of time in order to put your best foot forward.

    • 22 min
    Why do we do ... ?

    Why do we do ... ?

    I cover the why of 1) HL staying on LOS on punts, 2) working only your zone, 3) wings keying on inside WR while BJ keys on outside, and 4) why BJ has whistle on FG and R has whistle on tries (depending on your crew/association)

    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

catj906 ,

Great format

This is an outstanding podcast for anyone looking to improve at officiating high school football.

Nick od ,

Great podcast.

Very informative to listen on the way to games

DLO kwd ,

Beneficial

As a fairly young official (3 years) I find this podcast very informative. I usually try and listen on Thursday or Friday to help get my mind right before games. Many times, I’ll learn a little something new that o can apply on the field.

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