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|Tools of the Trade: April 22nd, 2015 - Issue 733|
NCAA Division I
"Let the Discussion Begin"
Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany has presented a 12-page letter detailing why and how to make freshmen ineligible in football and men's basketball. His aim is to start a dialogue about academic-athletic balance.
High School News
Helicopter to the Rescue
When heavy rains suspended a high school baseball game in Georgia, parents and coaches devised a unique solution: A helicopter was used to dry the field.
With 100 team physicians signing a petition against the idea, NCAA Chief Medical Officer Brian Hainline is backtracking from recommending heart screenings for college athletes.
Checking In With
After suffering a brain aneurysm, and a subsequent stroke during surgery last year, the longtime athletic trainer at McKinney (Texas) North High School is back on her feet—and back on the job.
5 Tips To Make Sure Your Team’s Mouthguards Last
By: Bobbie Quinn
Sports seasons are long and arduous, and the last thing you want to think about as an athletic trainer is replacing athletic equipment, particularly after the season begins. Yet, by mid-season you’ll likely find yourself replacing one player’s facemask, while three others need new mouthguards and another player lost his shoes.
Stop wasting time and money on new equipment, especially gear that may last throughout the season and beyond if properly maintained...
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