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Tools of the Trade
Tools of the Trade: Aug. 7th, 2015 - Issue 780
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Ticket Sales
Oregon Negotiates Deal with Students
The University of Oregon athletic department has reached an agreement with the student government that will shift 300 football tickets from a pool of “free” tickets to paid season tickets.

Sports Medicine
New Tool to Diagnose Concussions
Researchers have developed a new sideline concussion assessment device that tests memory loss, reaction, and response time in 15 minutes.

Moving On
Selgo to Step Down
After nearly two decades as Athletic Director at Grand Valley State University, Tim Selgo is resigning his post. We talked to him about leading a successful NCAA Division II program in this article.
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Video Tutorial
Three Cues For Deadlifts
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Training & Conditioning is pleased to bring you the first installment of our Digital Guide to Strength and Conditioning! Containing seven specific exercises to use in training your athletes, the guide features text and a video showing each exercise being performed. Here, we look at instruction cues for teaching the deadlift.

Turf News
Triple Threat
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Legion Spike Zone is the newest innovation from Shaw Sports Turf, featuring a patented manufacturing process that runs three distinct fiber types through one needle as the field is tufted. Legion Spike Zone features a combination of monofilament fibers, slit film fibers, and a Spike Zone thatch layer. Shaw's HP+ monofilament fiber is made with a high-quality resin that has a thick, diamond cross-section (no spines) to prevent premature wear such as fraying and splitting. In fact, it has not had a fiber failure to date. It excels in performance characteristics (ball roll and ball rebound) and is known for mirroring the aesthetics of natural grass. The slit film fiber is a high performance resin with superior durability, providing performance with a fiber that will stand the test of time. The Spike Zone layer minimizes infill movement and migration to other areas of the field, providing extra protection against inconsistent and unsafe surfaces

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