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USA Football Month: SEC endorses Heads Up Football through videos

By Bill Bradley, contributing editor

The latest major football organization to endorse the Heads Up Football program was the Southeastern Conference, which announced the move last week.

Largely regarded as the best NCAA Division I football conference, the SEC will work with USA Football on Heads Up clinics and events. The league's coaches also will make public service announcement videos, many of which debuted this week.

Just in time for USA Football Month, SEC coaches ranging Nick Saban to Steve Spurrier talked about subjects ranging from football techniques to sportsmanship.

Here are some of the SEC coaches videos released by USA Football:

Alabama coach Nick Saban talked about the work youth coaches put in to teach the fundamentals of the sport.

Arkansas coach Bret Bielema discussed the important role that coaches play in a young athlete's life.

Georgia coach Mark Richt talked about the important role that coaches played in his life.

Florida coach Will Muschamp discussed how tough, physical, hard-nosed football can -- and should -- also be clean and technically sound.

LSU coach Les Miles discussed the relationship between a coach and a player.

South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier talked about the importance of safety on all levels of the sport.

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