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Pay-to-Play Having Unexpected Predicaments
Last Updated: 9/5/2010
With 18 starters returning from a team that advanced to the playoffs in 2009, Farmington (Mich.) High seemed primed for success this fall - the type of team any high school football player would want to be a part of.
Kobe Bryant's 3 Tips for Defensive Slides
Last Updated: 9/4/2010
Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant is known for his five NBA championship rings and, more specifically, his amazing scoring ability.
NFHS Joins Fight Against Concussions
Last Updated: 9/4/2010
Last Wednesday, the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) further outlined the benefits of its new online course entitled "Concussion in Sports – What You Need To Know."
Does Stretching Before Running Prevent Injuries?
Last Updated: 9/4/2010
Should you stretch before a run? That question, which has prompted countless academic studies, debates and inter-running-partner squabbles, is now at the heart of a notable new study published in August on the Web site of USA Track and Field, the sport’s national governing body.
A Big Reopening in a Troubled Economy
Last Updated: 9/4/2010
The original 1920s financing plan for the University of Michigan’s now-iconic football stadium relied on a bond issue that allowed each bondholder to purchase two season tickets. A university history noted that it was assumed “a new stadium would quickly pay for itself.”
A Coaching Philosophy Informed by Life’s Trials and Brushes With Mortality
Last Updated: 9/4/2010
The mementos in Mike London’s office provide a rough sketch of his career: photographs, souvenir footballs, the 2008 N.C.A.A. championship ring he won as the coach at Richmond, the image of the rotunda on the University of Virginia campus.
Saint Benedict Golfer is Trustworthy as a Trustee
Last Updated: 9/3/2010
College of Saint Benedict golfer Kathryn Hauff will always have an ace in the hole when she talks about her college experience.
Oregon officials: Multiple Factors Played Into Hospitalized Players
Last Updated: 9/3/2010
Oregon health officials have concluded that multiple factors led to similar injuries last month that hospitalized football players from McMinnville High.
New NCAA Award Offers Graduate Scholarship Money
Last Updated: 9/7/2010
There's an added incentive to prove which college or university has the best athletic program in America — $200,000 in graduate scholarship money.
ER Visits for Youth Athletes on Alarming Rise
Last Updated: 8/31/2010
Emergency room visits for school-age athletes with concussions has skyrocketed in recent years, suggesting the intensity of kids' sports has increased along with awareness of head injuries.
Natalie Randolph's Coaching Debut Results in a Loss
Last Updated: 8/31/2010
Mayor Adrian Fenty was by the concession stands at Coolidge High, handing out campaign stickers. Campaign workers were handing out stickers for his opponent, Vincent Gray, in the city's upcoming democratic primary. With all the various television cameras around, the whole scene had the atmosphere of a campaign rally.
$59.6M High School Stadium Price Not Too Big in Texas
Last Updated: 8/31/2010
Jo Hudson's son Chris is a varsity linebacker for Allen (Texas) High School. To see her son play, she waits in line every Monday for tickets.
Teen in Wheelchair Makes New York High School's Football Team
Last Updated: 8/31/2010
Courtney Burrell raised his face to the sky and beamed. On his perfect day, the sun shone brilliantly and a breeze cooled the air. Around him, a sea of red and white jerseys and helmets surged as members of the North Rockland football team surrounded him in anticipation of an announcement.
A Numbers Game for Minority Football Head Coaches
Last Updated: 8/31/2010
The September 4 football game featuring African-American head coaches Charlie Strong (Louisville) and Joker Phillips (Kentucky) spotlights an increase in the number of minority head coaches on the sidelines this season.
VIEWPOINT: Change is Long Overdue - College Football Players Should Be Paid
Last Updated: 8/30/2010
I will watch Louisville play games in Papa John's Stadium and listen to coaches who make $3 million a year talk about "the chance to work with young people."
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