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Tools of the Trade
May 20, 2013 - Issue 613
Coaches Could Face Legal Action
 A bill scheduled for a public hearing in Oregon would allow state schools to sue coaches who intentionally or recklessly commit major NCAA rules violations. Read the full story...
International Travel
 Several high school basketball teams have been approached about playing a tournament in Dubai. Read the full story...
A New Look
 What happens when redesigning an athletic logo or changing a nickname is met with criticism? Read the full story...
Featured E-Zine

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Restarting the Search
 The University of Alaska Anchorage has reopened its search for a new head men’s ice hockey coach after revamping the criteria and adding a supplementary search committee. Read the full story...
Basketball Rules Changes
 New NFHS rules for boys’ and girls’ basketball allow head coaches to come onto the court in an effort to break up a fight or keep a situation from escalating. Read the full story...
Case Study
A Remarkable Milestone  Cramer Products celebrates its 95th anniversary this year. This milestone means that the field of sports medicine and the profession of athletic training were created 95 years ago as well.
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What Rings Are Made Of
 Jeremy Lawson, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach at Marin Catholic High School in Kentfield, Calif., shares a video of his athletes putting in work in the weightroom and on the field. Read the full story...
Banded Together
 The University of Wisconsin softball team gets individualized scouting reports for opponents each game via an armband that they wear. Read the full story...
Tricky Recruitment
 For college athletic teams, recruiting the children of coaches can be a tricky endeavor. Read the full story...
Product Showcase
Rehab Products  Rehab modalities are constantly evolving and it's up to you, the athletic trainer, to keep up with each wave of improvement. Check out these cutting edge solutions that will help you get your athletes back in the game faster.
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Buyer’s Guide Showcase: Strength Training & Injury Prevention
The following strength training & injury prevention-related companies are advertisers in the Athletic Management Buyer’s Guide and you can click on the company name to visit its Web site.
To look up potential vendors for other purchases, go to www.athleticbid.com
Upgrading the Experience
 Big 10 schools are looking for ways to increase student attendance at football game. At Michigan, Coach Brady Hoke is offering students free glazed doughnuts before noon home games. Read the full story...
No Generation Gap
 Student-athletes from a number of Pennsylvania high schools visited a nursing home as part of national nursing home week. Read the full story...
Longtime Batboy Honored
 The University of Memphis baseball team has had an honorary batboy for 55 years, and the team’s athletic training staff takes care of his basic medical needs. Read the full story...
Regional Soil Blends
BEAM CLAY(R) offers regional infield mixes blended for every state and climate from bulk plants nationwide.
Core Training
Strength training right to the core, with the Lebert Equalizer.
Effective Infection Prevention
Hibiclens(R) and Hibistat(R) are a critical component of an effective infection prevention plan.
Quality, Safety, Durability
You need quality, safety, durability, and value from your volleyball net systems. Sports Imports is your volleyball expert.
Equipment For Any Budget
Total Strength and Speed offers equipment from Williams Strength to Force Weight Equipment.
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