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When members of the Bridgewater (CT) Badgers fifth-grade football team learned that their waterboy, kindergartner Danny Keefe, was being bullied, they did what you’d expect: dress up in suits, ties and fedoras and rallied to his defense. Wait, what? Miniature Tom Landrys to the rescue.
Best scoring run of the football season so far, hands down. Also, can you spot the infraction that should have brought it back?
Watch this Rebels running back hurdle a defender and scamper into the end zone — pretty impressive hops.
Christian School Bans 11-Year-Old Girl From Football Team Because Boys Might ‘Start Lusting After Her’
Because if you’re an 11-year-old standing on the sideline next to a girl in full pads as the game is about to begin, the first thing you’re thinking is, ‘Man, is she hot.’
Bronx assemblyman Michael Benedetto has introduced legislation in New York state to prohibit children 10-and-younger from playing organized tackle football, the first such proposal in the nation. Unsurprisingly, he’s since encountered many, many detractors. And for good reason.
You remember Sam Gordon, don’t you? The completely unstoppable 9-year-old football player? The girl? Yes, her. Her internet fame grew wildly after that YouTube video made the rounds, mostly because girls + football = head asplode.
This is Sam Gordon. She plays (American) football in a boys’ youth league. Based on the raw numbers given (1,911 yards, 8.2 yards per carry, 35 scores), she plays very, very well in that league. But does the tape suggest the same sort of dominance? Well, not quite… because based on the highlight video above, Gordon is basically Gale Sayers. [The Big Lead]
What you see here comes to us via The Daily What. They titled the video “Pee-Wee Football Devastation of the Day.” This left those of us at SportsGrid HQ expecting to see a massive kid-on-kid hit. What we got was something entirely different… and, in its own way, no less painful.