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Mack Brown is one of the famous names associated with American football. They have produced some great players throughout the years and are dedicated to keeping the tradition of the game.

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We Mack Brown’s Football was started by Mack Brown who is an international sports icon and one of the best who has ever played the game. He dedicated his life after retirement to train young people and make them professionals. With more than two decades Marck Brown’s Football has given the country some of the best athletes.

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Rules Of American Football

American football is played between two teams of 11 players on the field, and in four 15 minute quarters. The teams are allowed three time-outs of 12 minutes each per half. If at the end of the game, the scores are tied, the teams move into sudden-death overtime. The main aim is to move the ball toward the opposite team’s end zone. The offense moves the ball downwards in 10-yard chunks which are signified by markings on the field. Each chance to gain those ten yards is a down, the first ten yards being counted as the first down. Each team has four chances to earn those 10 yards; if the offense fails to utilize these four downs, they surrender the ball which is usually punted/kicked to the defending team on the fourth down.


A touchdown can be scored from anywhere on the field, or another scoring that comes from the defense’s end zone, by means of various plays that are called by the head coach or the quarterback of the team, which are countered by the defense’s plays.

Scoring varies depending on positions. A touchdown is worth six points and is earned by crossing the opposition’s goal line with the ball, or by catching or collecting it in the end zone. A field goal earns the team three points and is attempted in the fourth down if the kicker is close enough to kick the ball through the uprights. One or two points are scored through extra points which can be earned by kicking the ball through the uprights after a touchdown, and by taking the ball into the end zone again respectively. A safety, worth two points, will be awarded to the defense when a member of the offense is tackled with the ball in their own end zone.

Although only 11 players are on the field at a time, an American football team is made up of a total of 45 players, each of them selected based on size, speed and specific roles within the team. The offense refers to the attacking players who try to score points by moving the ball downfield. The main player is the quarterback who receives the ball that is snapped back to him by the center. The QB then runs with the ball, moving it between the running backs and the receivers, based on different plays. The defense consists of big strong players as opposed to the offense’s agile, fast players, and tries to intercept the attempts of the offense to score by tackling or sacking the quarterback causing him to fumble.