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Tools of the Trade
April 1, 2013 - Issue 606
Private vs. Public
 In Ohio, the OHSAA has chosen not to vote on a public-private split for its state championships, and will instead focus on competitive balance. Read the full story...
Endowing Service
 In a unique twist on endowed positions in athletic programs, the University of Southern California has received $5 million to endow the position of Community Service Coordinator. Read the full story...
Quick Ouster
 Former Major League pitcher Rob Dibble was fired from his high school head coaching job after just 10 games. Read the full story...
Featured E-Zine

T&C Spring Digital Supplement

Christina Specos provides a glimpse inside Purdue University’s renovated Mackey Arena and Dave Ellis, President of the Collegiate & Professional Sports Dietitians Association, talks about nutrition for football linemen.

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Indoor Softball
 After Syracuse University hosted a softball game in the Carrier Dome safety concerns were raised. Read the full story...
NFHS Offers Hoops Rules App
 The 2012-13 high school basketball season may have drawn to a close, but coaches can get a jump on next season through the NFHS Basketball Mobile Rules App. Read the full story...
Case Study
Opportunity Awaits  As a young head football coach, Mike Parris saw an opportunity and grabbed it. In 1992, he took over a football program with several losing seasons--but had an inexperienced, yet mobile, quarterback with potential.
Single or Double?
 A longstanding question among orthopedic surgeons is whether to use a single- or double-bundle method of repairing a torn ACL. The answer was addressed at the AOSSM Specialty Day education program on March 23. Read the full story...
Without Physicals
 A complaint against a Florida high school football coach alleges that he allowed players to practice who had not undergone physicals. Read the full story...
Medical Time Out
 Athletic trainers in West Virginia will start using a “medical time out” to ensure all sports medicine professionals at a game are ready for a coordinated response to an emergency situation. Read the full story...
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After a Violation
 What happens to coaches with show-cause orders (shorthand for the NCAA penalty designed to keep those sanctioned for misconduct at one school from quickly jumping to another campus)? Read the full story...
Prank Leads to Fallout
 A high school basketball rivalry turned ugly when members of one girls’ team poured urine into the other team’s drinking water before a game. Read the full story...
School Adds Wrestling for Women
 McKendree University has announced it will add women’s wrestling as a varsity sport. Read the full story...
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