This is our fifth annual event held in Carson, California.
The current list of Division 1 Supervisors that have confirmed their attendance to next year’s Clinic includes David Coleman (PAC-12), Dennis Hennigan (ACC & AAC), Gerald Austin (Conference USA), Eddie Kelly (SWAC), Andre Lowe (MEAC), and Special Guest Harold Mitchell (SEC Observer).
8 person mechanics.
At our 13th Annual TBFOC East, you can take advantage of our traditional offerings for classroom and on-field training or just classroom-only training. The on-field training allows you to work real game situations with a full 8-man officiating crew. Clinicians will observe and document feedback. Also, film of your field work will be provided to you to view after your field work is complete.
Now, we proudly announced our Instant Replay Training opportunity. The Replay Breakout is for anyone interested in taking their football officiating skills and knowledge to the replay booth. Replay equipment will be available in the breakouts. You’ll cover rules, philosophies and mechanics as you have the opportunity to work real game situations.
8 person mechanics.
Location: Minneapolis, MN
Dates: April 17 & 18, 2020
(Lodging not included, Lunch provided April 17)
This is our 24th annual clinic using a classroom session (Friday. General session is in the morning and position breakout meetings after lunch. On Saturday, officials will work scrimmages with observers providing feedback and giving an evaluation after the scrimmage. We use University of MN, Concordia St. Paul, MN State Mankato University, Winona State University, Drake University, University of MN Duluth and St. Cloud State University.
This clinic uses former and current officials' from NFL, Big Ten Conference, Mid American Conference, Missouri Valley Conference and football supervisors NSIC, MIAC, WIAC and Big Ten.
We review 7 & 8 person mechanics.
2020 marks the 15th year of our football officiating camp in El Paso!
Over 80 participants in the El Paso Camp have advanced from here into FBS and FCS collegiate ranks.
Camps now allow you the chance to be seen, evaluated and potentially hired by supervisors who are looking for talented and teachable officials. Thanks to our staff of conference supervisors and NFL, AAF and collegiate officials, the El Paso camp will offer you a great opportunity to fine-tune your on-field skills with "real-time" guidance from our instructors, including the coordinators and observers from CFO West (Big 12 and Southland), PAC-12, Mountain West, Conference USA, American Athletic, SWAC, Rocky Mountain, Lone Star and other leagues.
The Stars and Stripes Academy is intense training for officials focused specifically on “big time” college football. Small college and FCS level officials will prepare themselves to take the next step to D-1 football. High school officials will get a taste of the college experience and improve at their current level while preparing to advance in officiating.
8 person mechanics.
Wes Booker Football Officials Camp will be centered around the Joe T. Robinson Annual 7 on 7 Tournament and starting in 2020 an 11 on 11 team camp in West Little Rock, Arkansas.
Facilities consist of their recently installed turf field and indoor training facility. Officials will have the opportunity to work on the field and actively participate with in-depth classroom discussions. On-field evaluations and classroom discussions will be led by some of the best NCAA and NFL football officials in the country.
On field and Classroom
3-day clinic held @ Southern Utah University designed to improve your skills as a football official.
You will work scrimmages in crews of 7, while receiving valuable feedback from Division I & Division II officials.
This camp is held in conjunction with the Southern Utah University High School Football Camp.
Classroom sessions will be used to discuss mechanics, philosophy and rules applications for all levels of officiating.
On field and Classroom, 7 person mechanics