Three key factors will influence the choice and placement of equipment: the safety of those using it, the space available to place it, and the functionality and flow of the room to serve your program or population.
Despite the physical nature of football, Vince Dooley says there are ways to make the game safer, which helps players reap the benefits of the game.
Trent And Cassandra Dilfer spent $75,000 to purchase every player on Dilfer’s high school football team a helmet from VICIS. It’s yet another example of a coach putting safety first and focusing on the well-being of his athletes.
The NCAA football rules committee met in Indianapolis in late February and voted to recommend a number of changes for the 2019 season.
Equipment managers must build relationships with athletes, pay special attention to their history, and leverage innovative equipment to increase safety.
For the 2018 season, Kevin Kelley and the Pulaski Academy decided to take a hard look at new helmets for the entire football program. Here’s what happened.
The Big 12 Conference and VICIS announced a partnership to further educate football players on the latest safety advancements in sports equipment.