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					Camps and Clinics
SGVFOA Football Officials Camp

June 13, 20, 27         Eagle Rock, CA FREE!
SGV Football Officials Association in coordination with Occidental College High School Football
Camp has created this 3 day Football Officials Camp. Coordinated by Mickey Edwards and Jon “
Spike “ Crowley, we bring to you live on field instruction with live 11 man scrimmages.
Instruction will be conducted and managed by SGVFOA Instructional Chairman, Mario Miranda.
Camp is at NO COST to officials and is highly recommended for all new and veteran officials.
We recommend all 2nd—5th year officials to attend. Camp will include:

• 1 hour classroom discussions on mechanics, positions, and philosophies
• Personal Instructors for ALL Positions
• Signals etiquette

For more information
http://www.sgvfoa.com/documents%20and%20spreadsheets/OfficialsCamp.pdf
• Much More

Fresno Football Officials Camp

The HS Football Officials Camp features intense on-field and classroom training in Fresno, CA,
led by top-notch instructors from all levels of officiating. The camp is held in conjunction with
the Fresno High School Team Camps, which will host over 1500 athletes this year. Learn five-
man officiating mechanics from the best officials in the country. This camp is designed
specifically for high school officials who want to elevate their officiating skills. There is no other
program like it in the country. Sign up early, as this camp usually sells out by October!

When - June 24 - June 27, 2010

Where – California State University, Fresno

What do you expect? –

      Develop fundamental officiating skills and knowledge
      Receive valuable feedback on mechanics
      Insight and techniques to improve communication and judgement.

Who should attend? –

      High School Football Officials
      Youth Football Officials; New Officials
      Anyone aspiring to improve his/her officiating skills.
How much does it cost? - $650 includes lodging and food on the campus of Fresno State
University.

Payment terms :

   1. Non- refundable $350 deposit to guarantee you r spot in camp. Pay with registration, or
      optional payment plan:
          o $150 is due at time of Registration
          o $100 due 30 days from date of registration
          o $100 due 60 days from date of registration
   2. Balance of $300 is due by April 15, 2010
   3. A $200 Administrative Fee will be deducted from all refunds
   4. No refunds of any kind after April 15, 2010

Payment Options:

           1. Pay online using VISA/MC or Paypal Account
           2. Send check by mail

Contact Info:

  1. Request information -
     http://www.hsfootballofficialscamp.com/forms/form_inforequest.htm
  2. Register for Camp - http://www.hsfootballofficialscamp.com/forms/form_registration.htm



West Texas Football Officials Clinic

Learn from top-level collegiate clinicians and fine tune your mechanics with two days of on-field
instruction. Instruction incorporates live team action from the Spring Games/Scrimmages of
local teams with a video review and classroom follow-up to help improve your skills. Visit with
officials from high school through NCAA D-I to get advice on moving to the next level and
improving your game for the upcoming season. Clinicians tentatively scheduled to participate
have experience in the WAC, MWC, C-USA

Agenda

Friday May 28, 2010

   o   10:00 am till 1:30 pm – Camp check –in
   o   1:30 pm till 4:30pm – Meeting at the hotel
   o   6:00 pm till 8:30 pm – Scrimmages
   o   Hotel 9:30 pm till 11:00 pm – Social
Saturday May 29, 2010

   o    8:30 am to 9:00 am – Check-in at the Sun Bowl
   o    9:00 am to 10:30 am – Scrimmage and Film review
   o    10:45 am to 12:00pm – Scrimmage and Film Review
   o    12:00pm to 1:30 pm – Lunch
   o    1:30 pm t 3:00 pm – Meeting
   o    3:00 pm to 7:00 pm – Scrimmage and Break-out meeting

 When you sign up, we will ask you to tell us what position you would prefer, and crews will be
assembled in an effort to get you the most work possible at your requested position. You will
wear your full uniform, with knickers.

Special Guest:

Greg has been a Field Judge in the NFL since 2002, has assignments have included:

   o    2007 NFC Wild Card Playoff Game Washington and Seattle
   o    2006 NFC Championship Game Chicago and New Orleans
   o    2005 AFC Wild Card Playoff Game Pittsburgh and Cincinnati

As an official with Conference USA prior to joining the NFL, Greg’s officiating assignments
included:

   o    2001 Cotton Bowl
   o    2001 Army/Navy game
   o    1996 Holiday Bowl

What will you get:

   1. Price $300

        Includes:

             o West Texas Football Clinic Shirt
             o Social on Friday
             o Luncheon on Saturday
   2.   Selected 4A and 5A high school teams will scrimmage on Friday night and on Saturday.
        Professional videographers will film you and each crew’s performance will benefit from
        evaluation by supervisors and clinic staff.
   3.   Take home a DVD to assess your work as you prepare for the season.
   4.   You will have the chance to work 7-man mechanics in covering the live action on the
        field.
   5.   Presentations from UTEP coaches will enhances your “football sense” and help you see
        the game from an inside perspective.
   6. Make some new friends and gain invaluable tips from supervisors and officials from the
      collegiate and professional ranks.

Deposit of $150 due when signing up, balance of $150 due by April 15, 2010.

Checks made payable to : West Texas Football Officials Clinic

West Texas Football Officials Clinic

3016 Gaston Dr.

El Paso Texas 79935-1918

Link to sign up : http://westexclinic.com/signup.html



Blinn College "Show Me" Football Officials Clinic
Sponsored by College Station TASO and Blinn College.
Blinn College - Brenham, TX

2009 Dates TBD
For more information, call 979-337-6705
Website: : www.taso.org or :www.blinn.edu



Make the Call 2009

Stephen F. Austin State University
Nacogdoches, TX
April

Visit with fellow officials from all over the state while brushing up on the latest changes in rules,
interpretations and mechanics. Instruction will incorporate an SFASU scrimmage for hands-on
experience. Clinicians include officials from Big XII, WAC, NFL, SWAC, Southland and Texas JC
Conference.

Contact: Gary Galyon
Email (perferred): etxzebra@gmail.com
For more information or to register, go to
http://makethecall.info
Texas Association of Sports Officials – San Antonio Chapter presents:
ALAMO CITY ON FIELD CLINIC
May (tentative)

TASO Approved
Camp will focus on 5 man mechanics and philosophy. Camp begins Friday afternoon with on-
field instruction starting around 4:00 PM with evaluation by Big-12, NFL, Big-10, WAC adnd
CCIW officials. Saturday classroom instruction will be at the Holiday Inn Select Airport from
8AM-3PM with lunch provided
Contact: Gary Booth: (210) 865-1543



USA Football Officiating Schools

http://www.usafootball.com/resource-center/officiating/clinics

Join USA Football, the NFL Referees Association, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the West
Coast Officials Association at Buccaneers training facility for two days of comprehensive
officiating training. Satisfies the FHSAA on-field requirement to become playoff eligible.
Tampa, FL
Session: May (TBD)

Contact: Tony Michalek: tmichalek@usafootball.com
or call 877-5-FOOTBALL
Cost is $125 and includes lunch on Friday and Saturday; a Friday night banquet and a USA
Football gift bag. Click here for more information




Reno Football Officials Camp

When -

   o   Camp1: June 15-18, 2010
   o   Camp2: June 22- 25, 2010

Where – University of Nevada, Reno

What can you expect:

   o   Develop advance officiating skills and knowledge
   o   Provide valuable feedback or mechanics
   o   Offer insight and techniques to improve communication and judgement
Who should attend: All officials who are interested in improving their skills, particular at the
college level.

Payments Term:

   o   Non-refundable $500 deposit due with registration
   o   Balance of $895 is due by April, 2010
   o   No refunds of any kind after April 15, 2010

       Note: Camps are limited to 84 participants each and usually fill quickly.

Payment Options:

   o   Pay online using VISA/MC or Paypal Account
   o   Send check by mail

Contact Info:

   o   Request Info - http://footballofficialscamp.com/camp_reno/r_form_inforequest.htm
   o   Register for Camp -
       http://footballofficialscamp.com/RNOCamperInfo.asp?Action=Add&id=65

Camp Staff:

   o   Dan Romeo – Camp Director, Camp1
   o   Dave Curschman – Camp Director, Camp2



Northern Kentucky Officials Association
Annual Spring Training and Development Clinic

Simon Kenton H.S. - Independence KY
Session: March
Visit: www.nkoafootball.org for more information.




Ohio Association of Football Officials Spring Clinic
May
Hilton Garden Inn Hotel - Perrysburg, Ohio

Lastr year’s clinic chairman was Bob Waggoner. A long time OAFO member, Waggoner is
currently an NFL Back Judge. Prior to joining the NFL, Bob officiated in the Ohio Athletic
Conference and the Mid-American Conference.
The position break-out sessions will be headed by other current NFL officials. They will be
covering mechanics, philosophy, communication, and health.

This clinic is primarily for the working members of the Ohio Association of Football Officials,
including all members working DI, DII or DIII schedules. Non-member collegiate officials,
including H.S. officials are welcome to attend as well.



League supervisors who were in attendance last year:

•   Bill Carollo, Big Ten Conference
•   Rich Fetchiet, Mid-American Conference
•   Phil Barnes, Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
•   Andy Pfaff, North Coast Athletic Conference
•   Steve Furniss, Ohio Athletic Conference

Also, Jerry Markbreit, former Big Ten and NFL referee will be the featured dinner speaker on
Friday night

Contact Clinic Chairman Bob Waggoner waggoner.robert@sbcglobal.net or OAFO President
Brian Carder (bcarder@bex.net)for more information


Annual Great Lakes Collegiate Football Officiating Clinic
Clinic includes an on-field scrimmage with evaluation. Has some of the finest clinicians from the
NCAA (Big 10 & MAC) and NFL. Considered one of the the finest collegiate clinics in the country.
Starts on Thur, April 2 - concludes after scrimmage and film review (approx 6pm) on Apr 12

Michigan State University - East Lansing, MI
Session: April
Contact: Dick Honig - 888-468-3284

Information and registration forms will be sent out in Early 2010. If you wish to be on this
mailing list, send an e-mail to: dick@honigs.com

The registration form is a .pdf file and must be viewed with Adobe Acrobat.
Great Lakes Collegiate Football Officiating Clinic
April 8-10, 2010 E. Lansing, MI $295 (2008 price)
Clinic includes an on-field scrimmage with evaluation. Has some of the finest clinicians from the
NCAA (Big 10 & MAC) and NFL. Considered one of the the finest collegiate clinics in the co

.For more information : http://www.honigs.com/pdf/GLCFOC2008.pdf

Central Football Officials Clinic
July 10-12, 2009       Chicago, IL        $295
The CFO clinic is classroom based with a heavy focus on mechanics and philosophy. In
tracks and break-out sessions, it will provide the best football videos from the past year
as teaching and discussion tools. This year’s staff includes clinicians from the NFL, Big
Ten, MAC and the Gateway conferences. The staff of the Central Football Officials Clinic
strives to deliver the best clinic experience possible.

For more information : http://www.cfoclinic.org/




Camp Date: August 27, 2010
Camp Location:   Cabot Arkansas
Format:          Five man mechanics / NFHS Rules clinic

This camp is 100 percent geared to improving high school officiating. The entire
camp discusses only five man mechanics and NFHS rules.

Camp Staff

Greg Downum - Line of Scrimmage
Southland Conference
Headlinesman
Top rated Headlinesman in the Southland Conference work two NCAA FCS Playoff
games (Montana and the Semi-final game in Philadelphia.)

Dax Hill - Back Judge
Sun Belt Conference
Top rated Back Judge in the Sunbelt Conference worked the NCAA BCS division Texas
Bowl (Houston Texas)

George Demetriuo - Referees / Umpires
Recognized expert in NFHS rules, author of several books on high school rules
including Redding Study Guide for NFHS Rules, contributing editor to Referee
Magazine.
Worked 2 State Championship games in Colorado
Todd Allen - Camp Director [Referees and Umpires]
Worked as Headlinesman and Referee in NCAA D2.
Non-rostered official in the Southland Conference
Former Director of Officials for the North American Football League

Class room lecture and on field scrimmage work.
Camp limited to 30 officials at each location.
2 camp dates - second date/location TBA
Camp has sold out the previous two years.

Website: www.officialscamp.com
Phone: 501-779-1102
EMAIL: director@officialscamp.com

3rd Annual Tom Beard's Football Officials Clinic

Clinic Overview
Our clinic committee would like to extend an invitation for you to attend a truly unique
football officiating clinic. We have assembled an outstanding group of nationally
prominent officials, observers and supervisors who are planning to share their
experience, philosophy and knowledge with each. You will have the opportunity to
meet, greet and eat with members of our clinic staff and guests as well as collegiate
and high school officiating coordinators.

The program will include group sessions, position meetings, and special instruction on
all areas of officiating, including a seven, six and five man mechanics review. Imagine
two full days of sharing lessons with NFL, BCS and FCS Collegiate and State
Championship Football Officials. Plus, there will be a Friday evening social at the
Crowne Plaza, and a continental breakfast and lunch served on Saturday at Howard
University.

This is our 3rd clinic and, once again, we are very fortunate to have Howard University
as our host. We have improved on the successful format of the previous years and we
have upgraded our facilities, audio-visual equipment, etc. Another improvement that
we’ve made is that you have two registration options. These options are:

   1. Classroom and On-field Instruction (by working a scrimmage): The TBFOC
      Staff realizes that there are some officials that are not comfortable participating
      in the on-field sessions while other officials are much more willing to do so. To
      accommodate both, we have decided to limit the number of officials that will
      take part in the scrimmage. Officials choosing to work the scrimmage will be
      identified on a “First Come First Serve” basis. Therefore, we strongly
      encourage you to register immediately! You will not want to miss this
      opportunity to take the field and perform in front of some of our top notch NFL
      and Collegiate Officials. If history is any indication, this registration option will fill
      quite fast.
   2. Classroom Only: As usual, the classroom sessions will be as dynamic as
      always. This is evident by the top notch clinicians that we have this year. At
      every general session as well as the breakouts, there will be several NFL officials
      as well as some of the best collegiate officials in the country from the ACC, Big
      XII, Big East, SEC, and the United Football League. To be specific, at each
      position, there will be collegiate officials that have worked a myriad of
      2009-2010 Bowl Games (including the FBS National Championship, The
      International Bowl, The Music City Bowl, The Las Vegas Bowl and The New
      Orleans Bowl). So, if you choose not to work on the field, there will still be
      significant opportunities for you to increase your knowledge and officiating
      abilities!

The clinic will begin earlier on Friday (Registration: 1pm) so that we have additional
time to enhance your classroom and on-field experience. The clinic is divided into four
stages. First, we will have a general session regarding collegiate mechanics and how
they relate to the running, passing and kicking games. Second, after a brief pregame
session on Friday afternoon, the officials will report to the field where they will receive
on-field instruction while working one of the Friday afternoon spring scrimmages. Third
we will reconvene Saturday morning and have several breakout sessions where we will
address mechanics by breaking into 4 groups: line of scrimmage officials (LJ and HL),
deep wing officials (BJ, FJ, SJ), Umpires, and Referees. Finally, after a pregame
classroom session on Saturday mid-day, the officials will return to the field for
additional instruction while working one of the Saturday afternoon spring scrimmage.

The clinic is designed for both high school officials and collegiate official at any level.
The emphasis of this clinic is in putting an official in the right place at the right time to
make the right call! NFL Clinicians will be in attendance. Supervisors from collegiate
conferences are invited.


On-Field Instruction
This clinic is proud to work in conjunction with the Howard University Bison Football
Team. Their spring practices will have begun and on-field work is planned. If you
register to work on the field, the following attire is required: Hat, stripped
shirt, knickers, whistle, flag and bean bag. There will be a clinician for each
position at each site. In the event of inclement weather an indoor mechanics
demonstration will be substituted.


Post- Scrimmage Review
Following the scrimmage there will be a brief review session. During this post game
review, the observers will critique overall performance, including rule interpretation,
mechanics and positioning, and general field presence. You will have the opportunity to
ask the observers questions regarding your performance.

The post game review session at the scrimmage site will conclude the clinic. We hope
that you leave your scrimmage with a greater understanding of the mechanics and the
philosophies necessary to be a quality football official.


Keynote / Guest Speakers:
Johnny Grier, NFL Supervisor of Officials, NFL Referee (Retired)
Terry McAulay, NFL Referee #77, Super Bowls XXXIX & XLIII,
Terry McAulay, Big East -Coordinator of Football Officials
Doug Rhoads, Atlantic Coast Conference Coordinator of Football Officials
Larry Upson, United Football League Vice President of Officiating and Operations,
Larry Upson, Former NFL Director of Officiating Operations


Special Guest:
Ben Montgomery, NFL Line Judge, Super Bowl XXXII
Larry Hill, NFL Replay Official, Super Bowl XXXVIII
Jim Duke, NFL Supervisor of Officials, NFL Umpire (Retired)


NFL Clinicians:
James Coleman, NFL Side Judge #95
Boris Cheek, NFL Field Judge #41, Super Bowl XLII
Scott Edwards, NFL Field Judge #3
Roy Ellison, NFL Umpire #81, Super Bowl XLIII
Wayne Mackie, NFL Head Linesman #106
Dyrol Prioleau, NFL Field Judge #109
Greg Steed, NFL Back Judge #12, Super Bowl XLII Alternate
Keith Washington, NFL Side Judge #7

UFL Clinicians:
Mike Carter, UFL Field Judge
Fred Cook, UFL Line Judge
Keith Parham, UFL Back Judge, UFL Championship Game
Tod Reese, UFL Head Linesman, UFL Championship Game
Larry Hill, UFL Replay, UFL Championship Game

NCAA Clinicians:
Mike Carter, MEAC Field Judge
Fred Cook, MEAC Line Judge
Ron Cherry, ACC Referee, 2009 BCS National Championship Game
Wilber Hackett, SEC Umpire, 2008 Insight Bowl
Thurman Hardison, ACC Line Judge, 2009 International Bowl
Adrian Hill, Big Twelve Referee (2009), 2009 International Bowl
Adrian Hill, Conference USA Referee (former), 2008 Music City Bowl
Ralph Newell, Big East Line Judge, 2009 New Olreans Bowl
Keith Parham, Big East Back Judge, 2009 Music City Bow, 2009 Outback Bowl
(alternate)
Dave Parker, MEAC Umpire
Wayne Randall, MEAC Side Judge
Tod Reese, Big East Line Judge, 2010 BCS National Championship Game
Tod Reese, Big East Line Judge, 2009 Fiesta Bowl
Robert Straughter, CIAA Umpire, 2009 D=II Second Round Play (CIAA), 2008 D-II
Semi-Final
(CIAA), Robert Straughter, 2008 D-II Second Round (ECAC), 2008 ECAC Southeast
Bowl
Chuck Williams, MEAC Referee
Greg Yette, Big XII Back Judge, 2009 Las Vegas Bowl, 2008 Poinsettia Bowl



SWAC Camp Information

Dates: April 22 - 24, 2010
Place: Houston, Texas
Time: Begins Thursday, April 2 at 2:00 pm
Ends Saturday, April 24 at 5:00 pm

Hotel Headquarters: Crown Plaza-Houston River Oaks, near the Galleria
Schools Involved: Texas Southern University [3 scrimmages Th, F, S]
Prairie View University [2 scrimmages F, S]

Invited Guests

      Neely Dunn, NFL Supervisor
      Johnny Grier, NFL Supervisor
      Gary Slaughter, NFL Supervisor
      Ron Baynes, NFL
      Ben Montgomery, NFL
      Ken Dollar, NFL
      James Anderson, NFL
      Joe Haynes, NFL
      Tim Millis, NFLRA
      Judson Howard, NFL/Mtn West
NFL Officials

      Barry Anderson
      Jerome Boger
      Jimmy Buchanon
      Carl Johnson
      Julian Mapp
      Philip McKinnely
      Byron Boston
      Walt Anderson
      Richard Reels
      Roy Ellison
      Ruben Fowler
      Undrey Wash
      Charles Stewart
      Tom Symonette
      Michael Banks
      Terry Brown
      George Coleman

College Officials

      Hubert Owens, SEC
      Ron Cherry, ACC
      Wilbur Hackett, SEC
      Terrance Ramsey, ACC
      Len Williams, Big XII
      Michael Cooper, Big XII
      Michael Williams, SEC
      Tyrone Davis, ACC
      Derrel Leftwich, Big Ten
      Allama Matthews, SEC

Coordinators of Officials

      Rogers Redding, SEC
      Doug Rhoads, ACC
      Walt Anderson, Big XII
      Byron Boston, Big XII/Southland
      William Carollo, Big Ten
      Dan Evans, MEAC
      Jim Maconaghy, Colonial Ath. Assoc
      Jim Jackson, OVC
      Moses Norman, SIAC
      Gerald Austin, C-USA
      Ken Rivera, Mountain West
      Jim Blackwood, WAC
      David Cutaia, PAC 10
      Don Lucas, Sun Belt/Southern
      David Parry, CFO

Special Guests:

      Larry Upson, Vice President of Officiating, United Football League
      Judson Mitchell Sr, Gateway/Missouri Valley, retired

Transportation: Attendees will be transported by bus to all venues
Uniform: Full uniforms
Meals: Breakfast and lunch on Friday
Camp Cost: $500

Attendees: 150 Officials [estimate]
50 Speakers, Clinicians, Observers, Evaluators

Camp Director: Walter Clemons
Cell 210-215-3853
Email: wrclemons@sbcglobal.net
Coordinators of
Officials

2010 GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE

FOOTBALL OFFICIATING CAMPS

TO ALL INTERESTED APPLICANTS:

THE 2010 GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE FOOTBALL OFFICIATING CAMPS WILL BE HELD
AT THE LOCATIONS LISTED BELOW. TO APPLY FOR A CAMP, PLEASE COMPLETE THE
APPLICATION AND RETURN IT WITH YOUR CHECK OR MONEY ORDER FOR $350.00
PAYABLE TO THE GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE.

YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL EXPENSES INCLUDING TRAVEL, LODGING, FOOD,
ETC. WE WILL IDENTIFY A HOST HOTEL AND OFFER A SPECIAL RATE.

CAMP INSTRUCTORS WILL INCLUDE CURRENT SEC, SUNBELT, AND BIG XII
OFFICIALS, MOST OF WHOM HAVE ATTENDED A GSC CAMP AND HAVE OFFICIATED IN
THE GSC. THE CAMP CURRICULUM INCLUDES: 7-MAN MECHANICS FOR THE COLLEGE
GAME, OFFICIATING PHILOSOPHIES, NCAA RULES, AND ON-THE-FIELD WORK
FOLLOWED BY A VIDEO EVALUATION.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ATTENDANCE AT A CAMP DOES NOT ENSURE SELECTION TO THE
GSC OFFICIATING STAFF AT ANY LEVEL, NOR DOES IT PRECLUDE YOU FROM
ATTENDING CAMPS OFFERED BY OTHER LEAGUES.

2010 GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE FOOTBALL OFFICIATING CAMP LOCATIONS

DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY– FEB. 25-27 CLEVELAND, MS

UNIVERSITY OF WEST GEORGIA- MAR. 18-20 CARROLTON, GA

HENDERSON ST. UNIVERSITY- APRIL 9-11 ARKADELPHIA, AR

CAMP APPLICATION

NAME: ___________________________________HS/JC YRS OF EXPERIENCE:_______

ADDRESS:_______________________CITY:______________________ST.____ZIP:______

E-MAIL:______________________________PH: HOME/CELL/WORK________________

POSITIONS WORKED: __________________SHIRT SIZE: S M L XL XXL                     circle one


ATTENDED A GSC CAMP BEFORE?_____ IF YES, WHEN________

CAMP SELECTIONS ARE ON A FIRST COME-FIRST SERVED BASIS.
SPACE IS LIMITED.

PLEASE SELECT YOUR 1ST, 2ND AND 3RD CHOICES (YOU MUST SELECT AT
LEAST TWO):

_____DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY FEB 25-27

_____UNIVERSITY OF WEST GEORGIA MAR 18-20

_____HENDERSON STATE UNIVERSITY APR 9-11



You are responsible for your own medical insurance while attending this camp.

Please return this application with your check or money order for $350.00 payable to
the gulf south conference to:

Jeff Roberson
Director of Football Officiating
Gulf South Conference
693 cr 1213
texarkana, tx 75501



San Antonio Regional Officials Clinic

The Big 12 Conference and Southland Conference will host an officiating clinic at the University
of Texas San Antonio, San Antonio, TX on Friday, February 26 – Sunday, February 28, 2010.
This clinic is open to all college level officials, but attendance is limited to space available. The
clinic will include three days of detailed breakout sessions by position. The registration fee to
attend the clinic is $250; all costs related to the clinic, including transportation, lodging, and
meals are the responsibility of each attendee. If you are on the 2010 Big 12 Conference
Roster of Officials, the registration fee is covered by the Big 12 Conference. All officials will
need to fill out the attached Clinic Registration Form and submit to the Big 12 office as
instructed on the form and you may register for this clinic at your convenience. Big 12 officials
must fill out a registration form and submit to Tracy Hunt.

All clinic sessions will be held on the campus of UTSA. We will provide detailed locations and
additional information at a later date. Lodging accommodations can be made with area hotels.
The campus is located in northwest San Antonio near the intersection of Interstate 10 and Loop
1604.

The tentative schedule will be:

Friday, 2:00 PM – 9:00 PM. We will break for dinner around 5:30.
Saturday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM. We will break for lunch at 12:00.
Sunday, 8:00 AM – 12:00 noon.
Please feel free to pass this invitation on to other officials.
Walt Anderson                                  Byron Boston
Coordinator of Football Officials                      Coordinator of Football Officials
Big 12 Conference                              Southland Conference



Big 12 Conference San Antonio Regional Clinic 2010
Friday, February 26 – Sunday, February 28, 2010
University of Texas San Antonio
1 UTSA Circle
San Antonio, TX 78249
Clinic Registration Form

Complete all applicable information using the form below. Be sure to print the form and
mail to the conference address below along with a check for $250 made payable to
“Big 12 Conference”. You should receive confirmation of registration via email at
least two weeks after you submit your form. If you do not, you may contact Tracy Hunt
at tracy@big12sports.com or 469-524-1017.

Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Home Phone:
Cell Phone:
E-mail:
Conference:
Position:

Registration: (Registration fee includes attendance at clinic sessions, meeting materials,
reception, and breaks. Registration fee does not cover the cost of meals, lodging, or
transportation. Those costs are the responsibility of each attendee.)

Mail completed form and check (payable to “Big 12 Conference”) to:
Walt Anderson
Big 12 Conference
400 East John Carpenter Freeway
Irving, TX 75062



Football Mechanics Camp
Date: January 11, 2010
Our Football Mechanics Camp is scheduled for Friday, June 11 and Saturday, June 12,
2009 at the University of Wyoming. Our camp will be held in conjunction with the
University of Wyoming Team Camp. Registration will begin at 2:00 pm on Friday in the
UW War Room in the Rochelle Building. A tentative agenda is included on the next
page. The cost of the camp is $65.00.
This is the only football official’s camp that we have scheduled for the summer of 2010.
You can check our official’s website to see if you need to attend this camp. Website
address is www.whsaa.org. Go to officials department and then football. If you need
further help, please feel free to contact Hilary or myself at the WHSAA office (307) 577-
0614.
Please bring your whistles, flags and bean bags.

Colorado Official’s Clininc
The Big 12 Conference will host a football officiating clinic at the Denver Airport Marriott
Hotel May 21-23, 2010. This clinic is open to all college level officials. The registration
fee to attend the clinic is $250; all costs related to the clinic, including transportation,
lodging, and meals are the responsibility of each attendee. If you are on the 2010 Big
12 Conference Roster of Officials, the registration fee is covered by the Conference. All
other officials will need to fill out the attached Clinic Registration Form and submit to
the Big 12 office as instructed on the form. Big 12 officials must contact Tracy Hunt by
email to register. Attendance will be on a first come, first registered basis and you are
welcome to begin registration at your convenience.

Rooms are available at the Marriot for a discounted rate of $109. Reservations should
be made directly with the hotel (303-371-4333) and ask for the “Big 12 Conference
rate”.

The tentative schedule will be:

Friday, May 21, 2:00 PM – 9:00 PM. We will break for dinner at 5:30 PM.

Saturday, May 22, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM. We will adjourn for lunch at 11:30 AM.

Sunday, May 23, 8:30 AM – 11:00 AM. Those needing to leave early because of travel
schedules should feel free to leave as needed.

2010 Big 12 Conference Roster Officials should email Tracy if you plan to attend the
meeting so she can reserve you a spot. Please feel free to pass this invitation on to any
official wanting to improve his officiating skills.

Walt Anderson
Coordinator of Football Officials
Big 12 Conference
Big 12 Conference
Colorado Officials Clinic 2010
Friday, May 21 – Sunday, May 23
Denver Airport Marriott Hotel
16455 E. 40th Circle, Aurora, CO 80011
(303) 371-4333

Clinic Registration Form

Complete all applicable information using the form below. Be sure to print the form and
mail to the conference address below along with a check for $250 made payable to “Big
12 Conference”. You should receive confirmation of registration via email within two
weeks after you submit your form. If you do not, you may contact Tracy Hunt at
tracy@big12sports.com or 469-524-1017.

Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip code:
Home Phone:
Cell Phone:
E-mail:
Conference:
Position:


Registration: (Registration fee includes attendance at clinic sessions, meeting materials,
reception, and breaks. Registration fee does not cover the cost of meals, lodging, or
transportation. Those costs are the responsibility of each attendee.)


Mail completed form and check to:
Walt Anderson
Big 12 Conference
400 East John Carpenter Freeway
Irving, TX 75062
Liberty Bell Football Officials Clinic
$190 Check/money order (please no cash) payable to:
Liberty Bell Football Officials Clinic

Mail to: (Enclose Check with Registration Form below)
Liberty Bell Football Officials Clinic
c/o Gerald Evans
1620 Melrose Avenue
Elkins Park, PA 19027-3158
evansjerr@gmail.com

LIBERTY BELL FOOTBALL OFFICIALS
CLINIC REGISTRATION FORM
        (Mid- March Response Guarantees 2010 Mentoring Program Position)

Saturday, May 8, 2009
Ace Conference Center
Lafayette Hills, PA


Name
________________________________________Position______________

Address_________________________City_______________State______Zi
p____


Home
Phone________________Cell__________________Office______________


Email________________________________________________________
_______


Experience:

Years Sandlot_____ H.S. _____ DII/DIII_____ DI/DIAA______


Conference
Affiliations_______________________________________________
Shirt Size S       M     L   XL     XXL

Interest in Mentor Program Yes                   No____


12th Annual Minnesota Football Official’s Clinic

Clinic Overview
This is our 12 th annual clinic using a classroom presentation by position and working a
collegiate scrimmage at one of the following NCAA schools: University of Minnesota, St. Cloud
State University, Minnesota State University Mankato, Concordia University St. Paul and Winona
State University.

The classroom presentations will be conducted by National Football League and Big Ten
Conference officials’ sharing information relevant to your specific position in break out sessions
regarding positioning and mechanic’s.

Staff
This clinic uses former and current officials’ from the National Football League and Big Ten
Conference. Also, we invite supervisors from the NSIC, MIAC and WIAC to attend scrimmage
sessions to observe officials’ participating in the clinic.

On Field Instruction
This clinic is proud of our relationship with several schools that allows us to bring officials to
work their spring scrimmage and get hands on experience on the field.

Post Scrimmage Review
After the scrimmage, officials’ will review the video with an observer reviewing mechanics and
calls made on the field. This review should give each participant and understanding of
mechanic’s and philosophy used to be a quality official.

Agenda

March 26, 2010 Classroom Session
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. National Sports Center
                     1700 105 th Avenue NE
                     Blaine, MN 55449

Evaluations will be done April 24, 2010 which are spring games at; Minnesota St, Winona St, St.
Cloud State, Concordia and Minnesota

You will have opportunities to work scrimmages on 4/3, 4/5, 4/14 and 4/15 as well.

April 24, 2010 Scrimmages will be assigned at:
        St. Cloud State
        Minnesota State Mankato
        Winona State
        Concordia St. Paul
        University of Minnesota (Big 10 assign. We will supply list of campers’)


Scrimmages
We will be assigning other scrimmages starting in early April leading up to the clinic; which will
give you an opportunity to get ready for the April 24 scrimmage evaluation.
Applications are due by March 15, 2010. Space is limited.




12 th Annual Minnesota Football Officials Clinic Application
Name:__________________________________________________________________

Address:________________________________________________________________

City:__________________________________State:____________________________

Day Phone#___________________________Evening Phone:_____________________

E Mail (IMPORTANT)____________________________________________________

Position Preference:
1 st Choice: R         U      HL      LJ     SJ      FJ      BJ
2 nd Choice: R         U      HL      LJ     SJ      FJ      BJ
3 rd Choice: R         U      HL      LJ     SJ      FJ      BJ

Shirt size:    S       M      L       XL     XXL

What level of football do you officiate?_______________________________________

Have you attended this clinic?______________________________________________

2010 Fees:

$195    Friday & Spring Game Session_____________
$150    Friday Classroom Session ONLY_____________

Include your payment with registration form and send to:

Rick Kruger
6116 Ryan Ave.
Edina, MN 55424-1747
Make checks payable to RICK KRUGER


Ohio Association of Football Clinics Spring Clinic 2010

May 14-15th
Richfield, Ohio

Featuring:

•     Collegiate Rules

•     Officiating Mechanics – with emphasis on 7 man mechanics

•    Classroom discussion and video review instruction from veteran Div. I collegiate
and NFL officials

•     Presentations from Division I, Division II and Division III coordinators

•     Gift for participants

•     Guest Speaker



Clinic Overview:

The clinic will begin on Friday afternoon with introductions at 3:00 PM. There will be
two sessions that day with a dinner break.

Participants will first attend a general session - new or prospective officials meeting
with the Div-III supervisors, and “on staff officials” meeting with the Div. II and Div. I
supervisors. Following that will be smaller breakout sessions utilizing game film and TV
tapes for teaching purposes. These sessions will concentrate on collegiate mechanics
as they relate to 7-man officiating crews: Discussion groups will be: Line of scrimmage
officials (LJ and HL), deep officials (FJ, SJ, BJ), and Referees and Umpires (R, U).
Saturday will continue with general and classroom breakout sessions starting at 8:30
AM and ending at 4 PM.

Staff:

Your clinicians will be collegiate officials from Ohio with experience in Division 1
football. They will be current on-field officials from the Big Ten Conference, Mid
American Conference, and the Big East Conference. The staff will strive to deliver the
best clinic experience possible.
Application and Fees:

You will need to complete the enclosed application and send it along with the
appropriate fee. The fee includes a meal Friday evening, continental breakfast and
lunch on Saturday, plus all clinic materials. The clinic fee will be $105.00 for OAFO
members. The fee for any aspiring official who attends and is sponsored by an OAFO
member will be $105.00. The clinic fee for Non-OAFO members or non sponsored
officials will be $120.00.

Registration and Hotel Information:

For further information on the 2010 OAFO Spring Clinic, download the spring clinic
application below.

OAFO Spring Clinic Application

Days Inn- Richfield

Spring Clinic Contact:

Monty Mlakar

email: mmlakar@windstream.net

				
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