Friday's Heads Up Football news:
- The La Canada (Calif.) Daily Sun featured a Southern California youth football league that has adopted the Heads Up Football program for safety's sake, talking to organization president Kevin Lacey.
- USA Football reported on a Michigan youth football league that remains committed to the Heads Up Football program, interviewing Stuart Riley, vice president of football operations for the Brighton Bulldogs Football and Cheer Club.
- The Macomb County (Mich.) Source featured an area youth football league that received an equipment grant from USA Football.
- The Minneapolis Star-Tribune wrote in an editorial that Heads Up Football is a positive step toward making the game safer.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor