Fall Semester 2013
Preseason Football Camp:
Participants of the camp that attend at least 3 of the 4 days will be the first to receive their equipment/uniforms on the Team Combine/Issue Day (September 28th)
Monday September 16th, 5:00pm-7:00pm, Stadium Field
Tuesday September 17th, 5:00pm-7:00pm, Stadium Field
Wednesday September 18th, 5:00pm-7:00pm, Stadium Field
Thursday September 19th, 5:00pm-7:00pm, Stadium Field
Registration Meetings: Attend one of these meetings.
Monday September 23rd, 5:00pm-6:30pm, Smith 240
Tuesday September 24th, 5:00pm-6:30pm, Smith 240
Attend at least one time each day.
Wednesday September 25th, 3:00pm-4:30pm, 4:30pm-6:00pm, 6:00pm-7:30pm
Thursday September 26th, 3:00pm-4:30pm, 4:30pm-6:00pm, 6:00pm-7:30pm
Each player needs to attend this gathering. Players will meet their coaches and team.
All participants must have an IM Leagues account and complete the participation forms to become eligible to try out for any sport.
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Each season begins with mandatory registration meetings where participants are made aware of the risks of playing and verify they are willing to assume those risks. After all pre-participation requirements are met including: a physical, attendance at the registration meeting, assumption of risk form signed, insurance verification forms, and eligibility requirements, then participants may tryout out for teams.
Each player must provide their own cleats and mouth piece and optional pads, but all other required equipment will be available to be checked out from the Sports Issue Room upon being drafted to a team. Players can expect to pay a $30 participation fee, a $5 locker fee, and $30 for a spirit pack which includes a t-shirt, hat, socks and belt
Playing football requires participants to be focused and in shape. In order to assist potential players in getting ready for the season we are pleased to provide a skills and conditioning training camp. There are two sessions each day: one in the morning 8:00am-10:00am and one in the evening 7:00pm-9:00pm. Participants are welcome to attend both sessions, but only need to attend one session per day. Each Session includes an on field and classroom activities. All sessions will take place on the stadium field or in Hart 154.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Only matriculated students and spouses of students are eligible to participate in the camp.
Each player must submit a recent (within 1 year) physical on the required form as well as a health history form. Players may complete this physical at the BYU-Idaho Student Health Center or off campus. The Student Health Center will have one special walk-in time set aside for football players to complete their physicals Physical cost $30 at the Student Health Center. Walk-ins are first come first served. If at all possible call the Student Health Center (208) 496-9330 and set up an appointment outside of the time set up for walk-in physicals. All players must have their physicals completed and turned in to the Activities Office in MC 101 by 6:00 pm Tuesday, September 20th.
Players that have successfully completed all the pre-participation requirements and all three tryout dates are eligible to be drafted into the league. The draft helps to create parity between the teams in the league. All players must be in attendance to be drafted. Not all those who are eligible will necessarily be drafted. To ensure an equitable draft players should be available for all three practice times in their entirety. However, a player may be drafted so long as they are available to attend at least one of the practice times in its entirety.
Football is highly dependent on players working together as team. A blown assignment can mean not only giving up yards, but can result in injuries. A team combine or competition will help to facilitate the team process. Preliminary activities will be team building and ice breaking, moving on to physical competitions and relays.
Following the combine, players will be issued their equipment: helmet shoulder pads, knee pads, thigh pads, tail pad, practice pants, practice jersey, sock, and belt. Additionally there are limited quantities of elbow pads, spider pads, flak jackets, and cowboy collars.
No metal cleats are allowed on turf fields.
Practices take place on the stadium field. Players will be issued practice uniforms in the Sports Issue Room Hart 185. Additionally some teams may have walk -through practices and watch game film on other days of the week.
|Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday||3:00-4:30 pm||Contact Practice||Stadium Field|
|Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday||4:30-6:00 pm||Contact Practice||Stadium Field|
|Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday||6:00-7:30 pm||Contact Practice||Stadium Field|
Fees (mandatory for each player):
Participation Fee: $55 - includesludes team t-shirt, hat, socks, belt) Fee: $30
Locker Fee (laundry service provided): No fee
Football is tentatively planned for the following semesters:
For schedules, standings and statistics please visit our imleagues page