Support — Football

Some of these are a little old. But most of it is still relatively applicable.

See the Installing the stat entry app topic.

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Becoming a beta tester of the stat entry apps helps us a lot, to help ensure any changes and improvements work, and won't cause problems for other users. We don't have beta versions running all the time, but when we do, we greatly appreciate your help!

Use one of the following links, which will walk you through the short process of becoming a beta tester:

On the Scoreboard screen of your device, you should see an "End Quarter" tab appear throughout the course of the game. During the 4th quarter, that tab will read "End Game." When the 4th quarter is completed, select the the End Game tab to mark the game as completed. The game will be marked as Finalized when you sync it to the web.

If your game has been synced over to the web but is not finalized, log into your Dashboard. Login if necessary. Navigate to the Schedule page for your team. On the Schedule page, you will see the "In Progress" text in the Status column for this game. In the far right column, you will see a "Finalize Game" button, which will close the game in your account. All of the data from this game will now show up in your reports.

Defensive Takeaways is a stat category within the football program which is dependent on the opponent team's Offensive Fumbles Lost stat.

Previously, Defensive Fumble Recoveries entered in Quick Entry could affect total Defensive Turnovers. It has since been determined that the stat calculation was flawed, and the Defensive Fumble Recovery stat was removed on July 1, 2015. If you have used Quick Entry to add defensive fumble recoveries in the past, you will need to adjust your stats to correct your reports.

Follow the usual process for using Quick Entry, with the following additional steps:

  1. Select the opponent team tab near the upper left corner of the screen
  2. Find and select the "Team" player from the list of players along the left side of the screen.
  3. The "Team" player and stat categories will appear in the center of the screen.
  4. Find and select the Offensive section.
  5. From here, locate the specific fumble type (i.e. Rushing Fumbles, Receiving Fumbles, etc).
  6. Click/tap the up and down arrows to add a fumble for the team player. Or you may click/tap on the text box and type in the appropriate number for that specific stat category.
  7. If your team recovered the fumble, make sure to add the appropriate number in the "Fumbles Lost" stat category as well.
    Note In order to add a lost fumble, you must first enter a specific type of fumble (i.e. Rushing Fumble).
  8. After updating the necessary fumble categories for this game, click the Save button to record the stats.
  9. Repeat this process for all of the games where you've entered Defensive Fumble Recoveries using the Quick Entry process.

All plays must be edited in the stat entry app, not in the Dashboard.

Note Editing a play will change the time stamp on the play to the latest time entered into the mobile app. If you finalized the game, the edited play will be moved into the 4th quarter. Find the play, then use the drag and drop instructions to move it back to the correct location in the play list.


  1. Open the football app on your mobile device.
  2. Go to the Schedule tab, then find and open the game to be edited.
  3. If it has been finalized a dialog will ask you to "Reopen" the game—go ahead in this case.
  4. Select the Edit option near the upper right corner of the screen—this will turn on your editing options.
  5. With editing enabled, find the play that you need to adjust and touch the record for that event.
  6. You will be directed to the play entry screen with all of the stored information selected already.
  7. Make the adjustment to the play as necessary, moving through the app just like you would during the game.


  1. Open the football app on your mobile device.
  2. Go to the Schedule tab, then find and open the game to be edited.
  3. If it has been finalized a dialog will ask you to "Reopen" the game—go ahead in this case.
  4. Select the Edit option near the upper right corner of the screen—this will turn on your editing options.
  5. You can tell if the editing options are turned on if you see a red minus sign along the left side of the screen for each individual play.
  6. Adjust the Down on the scoreboard screen.
  7. Adjust the "To Go" yardage on the scoreboard screen.
  8. Adjust the "Ball On" yard line on the scoreboard screen.
  9. Change the quarter to the correct quarter for this play.
  10. Edit the time in the quarter—we recommend that you use 0:01 to add the play, as it is easily recognizable in the play list.
  11. Select the play type and enter the details as you normally would.
  12. Store the play details after you have entered them.
  13. After the play is saved, scroll up to the quarter that you added the play for.
  14. You should see the play show up as the last event in that quarter. So, if you entered the play into the first quarter with 0:01 second left in the quarter, you should see this as the last play in the first quarter.
  15. Once you find the play, use the drag-and-drop instructions (below) to move the play to the correct spot in your play list.
  16. Make sure to finalize your game again when all of your corrections and additions have been made. Use the "Done" option in the upper right corner of the screen to signal that you are finished making changes to this game.

Drag & drop instructions

Within the Apple app, there is a drag & drop option in the play editing options. Open the game on your device and go to the Plays list. Here, enable the editing feature in the upper right corner of the screen. Along the right side of the screen, you will see 3 horizontal lines that you can press and hold to activate the drag & drop feature for that specific play. Drag the play in question to the correct spot in your play list and drop it into that spot.
Important! Make sure to use the done option to finish editing.
Note You may also need to end the game again.

Even though a little bit of this is slightly out-dated (for example, URL pointing to the old domain instead of the new, old support email address, etc.) this user guide to the iPhone/iPad app may help:

User Guide (iPhone/iPad app)

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