I would guess that after a week, players, parents and high school football coaches may not understand the new NCAA rules governing Bowl Subdivision college football camps throughout the country. I will try to give you some incite as to what is going to happen.
First, college football coaches are limited to 10 days of football camps during June and July. Before coaches had 14 days in June and July. These days are spread over the two months. Note- Junior high or youth camps do not count against the 10 days. (Thank goodness)
These days include camps on the college’s own campus. For example, Kent State could use 10 days all on their own campus. 7on7 passing competition is considered as one of these days.
College coaches can work other camps, but the camps must take place on a school’s campus or in facilities regularly used by the school for practice or competition. No more satellite camps at a high school. Also FBS football coaches can no more private camps. Continue ReadingRead More »