Friday's Heads Up Football news:
- The Raleigh News & Observer reported on how the North Carolina high school coaches are preparing for heat and hydration issues entering training camp.
- The Princeton (N.C.) News Leader reported how the Heads Up Football program helped make over the Rosewood Athletic Association, talking to football director Rodney Winters.
- Time Warner Cable looked at how coaches are using Heads Up Football in Charlotte, N.C., to prepare kids for high school football practice.
- WTVD-TV in Raleigh-Durham, N.C., reported on the area's youth concussion week in which the Heads Up tackling techniques are taught.
- KTVB-TV in Boise, Idaho, reported that the city's Optimist Youth Football organization is holding a football safety day to help assuage parents' fears.
- WFMY-TV in Greensboro, N.C., reported on a Heads Up clinic for parents, focusing on concussion awareness.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor