That's right, Pop Warner's back.
"First and foremost it's just knowing each other," Utica Bulldogs' coach Devin Warmack said. "It's about just becoming friends. After that, it's just good solid football."
Warmack is in the position of doing what a lot of football and cheerleading parents do; he coaches his son. For the parents it's great because they have perspective of how valuable the time spent is. For the kids, the perception is a little different.
"It's harder (to play for a parent), Kevin Warmack said. "If you don't do something right he yells more." Full story at UticaOD.com