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There are more than one million kids participating in high school football nationwide. At some point in their young careers they were taught the complexities of the game – rules, positions, verbiage, etc.

Obviously, that is an important part of a players’ development. But there are plenty of youngsters who aren’t yet ready for the demands of football with full-pads.

08/15/2016 - 14:27
Joe Giardina
How do you know if you're a "football mom"? Chance are you already know, but if not, here are some hints:

Your fall wardrobe has nothing to do with “your” colors, and everything to do with your team colors.

11/28/2011 - 19:59
Diane Acerni
Former Steelers to serve as instructors on Thursday and Friday

The youth of the Steelers Nation will converge on DeMichela Stadium this Thursday and Friday for the West Allegheny School District Youth...

07/20/2011 - 17:50
PSR Staff
Event designed to provide information for high school and youth coaches

PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Steelers will host an event to provide proper athlete training and safety on Tuesday, April 5 at Heinz Field. The clinic will be held from 4-8:30 p.m...

03/03/2011 - 12:15
PSR Staff
The Pittsburgh Steelers and USA Football, the national governing body leading the development and growth of youth, high school and international amateur football, have teamed up to host a coaching school for youth football coaches in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area.

The one-day clinic features classroom instruction and on-field teaching techniques at the team’s headquarters at the UPMC Sports Performance Complex.

02/16/2011 - 15:17
PSR Staff
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