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Tools of the Trade
January 5, 2014 - Issue 695
Coach to Have Say in AD Hire
 New University of Pittsburgh Football Coach Pat Narduzzi will help select the school’s next athletic director. Read the full story...
On Second Thought
 A California high school reversed an earlier decision and allowed teams to wear “I Can’t Breathe” T-shirts during warm-ups at its holiday tournament. Read the full story...
A Talented Tree
 A number of high-profile NCAA Division I athletic administrators got their start under Duke Athletic Director Kevin White. Read the full story...
Featured Catalog

New York Barbells

New York Barbells has long provided weight training equipment to school athletic departments and other athletic facilities across the United States. Check out their full supply of equipment to meet your facility needs.

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Former Coach Facing Charges
 A volunteer assistant high school basketball coach was fired after repeatedly screaming at and bumping an official during a game. The referee is pressing charges. Read the full story...
From Stripes to the Sideline
 A longtime high school basketball referee is in his first season as the head boys’ coach at a North Dakota high school. Read the full story...
Case Study

SportPump(TM) - The one that does it ALL  Are you looking for a vasopnuematic compression device that doesn't require ICE and WATER and can treat ankles, knee, shoulders, and more? Maybe you are looking for a compression device that specializes in full leg / arm recovery? The SportPump system offers you both!
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Strength Coach Dismissed
 The University of Oklahoma men’s basketball strength and conditioning coach has been let go after he admitted taking cash from a booster and attempting to distribute it to players. Read the full story...
Total Development
 At Lehigh University, the Student-Athlete Recruitment and Development committee works to develop the entire athlete. Read the full story...
Total Package
 Training & Conditioning recently talked to a number of experts for their take on total performance training for athletes at the high school and collegiate levels. Read the full story...
Product Showcase
AFCA Preview  The 2015 AFCA National Convention will be held January 11-14 in Louisville, Kentucky. The following companies will be on hand.
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Online Buyer's Guide
Our online Buyer's Guide features a customized pages for companies advertising in our 2014 Buyer's Guide, including interactive links, product images, and more detailed product listings.

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No Place For That
 A Texas A&M football student assistant coach was sent home from the team’s bowl game after twice striking opposing players on the sideline. Read the full story...
NIAAA Hall of Famers
 Seven high school athletic directors were recently enshrined into the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association Hall of Fame. And the inductees are … Read the full story...
New Knee Repair
 An artificial ligament made of polyester fibers, biomaterial, and calcium nanocrystals may be the future of ACL reconstruction. Read the full story...
Smarter Practices
Manage your players and your space with NetworKs from Airborne Athletics. NetworKs catches and collects volleyballs, so you don't waste valuable training time.
Advance Your Career
Enhance your career or begin a new one with Cal-U's 100-percent online degree programs.
Gatorade G Series
G Series fuels your body before, during and after practice, training or competition.
LED Display
Check out Varsity Scoreboards' VSBX- 314LED: 8' x 4' scoreboard features 18-inch super-bright 100,000-hour rated LED displays.
Lower and Upper Body Exercise
VersaClimbing combines both lower and upper body exercise into one natural vertical climbing motion.
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