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Tools of the Trade
July 29, 2013 - Issue 623
Rutgers Report Issued
 An investigation of Rutgers University’s handling of complaints about its men’s basketball coach found several missteps and concluded the school needs to exert greater oversight over athletics. Read the full story...
Over the Limit
 An Iowa high school baseball team was forced to forfeit a playoff win after allowing a pitcher to throw five innings just two days after he pitched nine, a violation of state rules. Read the full story...
Molding Leaders
 Select Ohio State University football players are taking a course led by a corporate leadership expert. Read the full story...
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2013 Training & Conditioning Buyer’s Guide

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Learning From the Pros
 High school football players watching and helping out at the Atlanta Falcons’ training camp have taken home some valuable lessons. Read the full story...
If at First …
 Bakersfield Community College had a second appeal of sanctions against its football program denied and is planning a third. Read the full story...
Case Study
Proper Conditioning  Rapid recovery after maximum power output is arguably one of the most important factors in sport performance. It should be regarded as a cornerstone of performance ranking with strength, speed, and agility.
Cleaning Up
 A high school athletic department in Indiana raises about $7,000 to cover participation fees by helping clean up after the Indianapolis 500 and Brickyard 400. Read the full story...
Safe Sports Schools
 The NATA has named the inaugural winners of its Safe Sports School award, which recognizes secondary schools that take steps to keep their athletes free from injuries. Read the full story...
Helping Heroes
 The Gridiron Heroes will caravan across the state of Texas in September with a goal of raising $100,000 to support high school football players who have suffered catastrophic injuries. Read the full story...
Product Showcase
Heat Stress Prevention  Avoiding heat stress illness is a priority for today's athletic trainers, coaches, and players. The following products can help keep players safer.
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Intimidation By Coach Claimed
 Former Oakland University women’s basketball players allege their recently fired coach pushed her religious views on them and intimidated them. Read the full story...
Anti-Hazing Plan Drafted
 A Utah high school has drafted an anti-hazing plan that all students must sign. Read the full story...
No Room
 The Pac 12 conference has refused to play teams from Grand Canyon University and is asking the NCAA to look into the role of athletics at for-profit colleges. Read the full story...
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Build Strong Athletes
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