Make Sure You Have America's Favorite Super Bowl Food At Your Party This SundayWhat’s a Super Bowl party without some munchies?
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Antioch High School Football Players Disciplined For Sexual HarassmentUp to a dozen football players at Antioch High School have been disciplined after they reportedly sexually harassed a group of girls.
Forbes: 49ers 5th Most Valuable NFL Franchise, Cowboys 1stOn average, an NFL franchise is worth $2.52 billion, an increase of 8 percent since 2016.
Tom Brady’s Formula For Peak PerformanceIt’s not an accident that NFL star Tom Brady has remained among the best in the game from the playing fields of Serra High School in San Mateo to Super Bowl glory with the New England Patriots.
Report: Brain Disease Found In 90% Of Football Players StudiedResearch on 202 former football players found evidence of a brain disease linked to repeated head blows in nearly all of them, from athletes in the National Football League, college and even high school.
San Jose State Football Player Recovers After Weekend StabbingAuthorities say a San Jose State University football player is recovering Monday after being stabbed in a weekend off-campus fight.
Napa High School Football Players Held Down, Assaulted By TeammatesNapa police are investigating a report of an assault involving multiple students on the Napa High School football team.
Promising Antioch Football Star Plans His FutureA Bay Area athlete considered to be the number one college football recruit in the country is already setting his sights on a college career.
Stickers Helping Motivate San Rafael High School Football Players To StudyAt varsity football practice for the San Rafael High bulldogs, several young men have stickers for outstanding performance, but there’s a catch.
Cal's Webb Finally Gets Shot To Play TexasIt took transferring to California for quarterback Davis Webb finally to get the chance to play against the Texas team he grew up backing.
Stanford Teams Violated NCAA Rules, Fined $5KStanford’s football and softball teams have been found guilty of multiple NCAA violations and the school received a $5,000 fine.

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