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Tools of the Trade
August 26, 2013 - Issue 627
Taking Aim at the NCAA
 A pair of congressional representatives has introduced a bill they say would improve the health and education of student-athletes and make the NCAA more accountable and transparent. Read the full story...
High School Participation
 The NFHS has released its annual report on high school participation rates. The sport making the biggest gains among both genders was outdoor track and field. Read the full story...
Late Move
 West Texas A&M has fired Head Football Coach Don Carthel, saying he violated NCAA rules governing ethical conduct. Read the full story...
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 Last week, the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA) announced its 2013 recipients of the organization’s most distinguished awards. Read the full story...
Over Exposure?
 More high school football games than ever will be televised this fall and not everyone is sure that’s a good thing. Read the full story...
Company News
Vision Training With the Pros  Tampa Bay Rays Manager Joe Maddon uses the Junior Hack Attack Pitching Machine to implement vision training with major league hitters. At a 33-foot distance, he adjusts the Junior Hack Attack to use a small ball that comes up at an angle and reaches hitters at a high speed.
Failed By a Foot
 Plantar fasciitis ended the season of Major League baseball star Albert Pujols last week, making him the latest in a long line. What’s the cause of this painful foot injury? Read the full story...
Inside a Concussed Brain
 A new study has documented irregular brain activity shortly after a concussion as well as increased brain activity seven weeks later. Read the full story...
Moshak Leaves Tennessee
 Jenny Moshak has retired from her position as Associate Director of Sports Medicine at the University of Tennessee, citing concerns about equality at the school. Read the full story...
Product Showcase
Baseball and Softball Coaching Aids  Help your teams stay on top of their game with these equipment solutions.
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Buyer’s Guide Showcase: Scoreboards and Bleachers
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Funding Football
 A look at the economics of high school football in Northern Kentucky, where football expenditures range from $200,000 per year to $10,000. Read the full story...
Back in Black
 The University of North Carolina-Wilmington has laid out plans to end four years of budget deficits. Read the full story...
Building Blocked
 Efforts to install a coaches/press box at a high school football field in New Hampshire have been derailed by nearby residents. Read the full story...
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