JJHuddle.com is proud to announce a new major partnership with the Ohio
High School Football Coaches Association. This relationship will make
Ohio’s largest high school sports website the “official” media partner
of the OHSFCA, the home for the OHSFCA website and the hub for High School Football in Ohio.
JJHuddle.com is proud to announce a new major partnership with the Ohio High School
Football Coaches Association. This relationship will make Ohio’s largest high
school sports website the “official” media partner of the OHSFCA
and the hub for High School Football in Ohio.
Beginning this spring, JJHuddle will house the OHSFCA website
and will become the organization’s voice
in regards to events and news: including, the North-South All-Star
Game, the Ohio 7-on-7 Championships, the OHSFCA Coaches Clinic and the
OHSFCA’s annual scholarship drive.
The partnership is groundbreaking and will strengthen both parties. It brings together two of Ohio’s
largest high school entities.
“The OHSFCA is excited to announce its partnership with JJHuddle,”
OHSFCA President and Dover head coach Daniel Ifft
said. “In teaming with the Bucknuts Media Network, as our association’s
‘official media outlet’, we open up numerous possibilities for our
coaches and athletes.”
“We are ecstatic to be working with the Ohio High School Football
Coaches Association,” JJHuddle Managing Editor Eric Frantz
added. “Nothing like this
has ever been done and we are excited about what this means for JJHuddle, our
members, the OHSFCA and high school football in Ohio in general.”
In addition to housing the OHSFCA website, JJHuddle will offer several perks for both OHSFCA
members and JJHuddle premium members, including a “Coaches-only”
forum where OHSFCA and JJHuddle membership can interact. The forums will be a launching pad for information and
promotion unavailable anywhere else.
“The goal of the coaches-only forums is to give all coaches a place to voice their opinions
anonymously on different topics such as spring football, the current
public versus private debate and other items of interest,” Frantz said.
“We want a centrally located
place where coaches can connect with each other and the immense fan
base of Ohio high school supporters.”
“The Ohio High School Football Coaches Association is excited about
what this partnership will provide to high school football coaches in
Ohio,” OHSFCA clinic director and former Watkins Memorial head coach Jerry
Cooke said. “The partnership will give us a chance to keep our members and high school
football fans bettered informed.”
The first big event that will feature JJHuddle and the OHSFCA together
will be the annual North-South All-Star game slated for April 22 at
Ohio Stadium in Columbus. Kickoff is 4 p.m. Additional info on this
game will follow.
“The Ohio High School Football Coaches Association is proud and excited
to be partnering with Bucknuts and JJ Huddle to communicate all the
many great activities associated with high school football in the state
of Ohio,” OHSFCA treasurer and Kenton head coach Mike Mauk
said. “We are pleased to allow membership from both organizations to share ideas, discuss activities and
encourage the many positives generated through high school
inter-scholastic competition. We look at this new partnership as a win-win for all those involved.”
“The next few months are going to be exciting for JJHuddle, the OHSFCA
and high school football fans in Ohio,” Frantz added. “This is the
start of something that will have a positive impact across the board.”