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New Study Reveals the Best Area to Aim for When Making a Tackle [ARTICLE]

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The safest place to target a ball carrier when making a tackle? According to a new study from Trinity College Dublin, it's the lower trunk. Bioengineers used a...... Continue

High School Coach Pens Resignation Letter Explaining Demands of Coaching [ARTICLE]

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While the six-figure salaries and monster stipends of head high school football coaches in states like Georgia and Texas make for some intriguing headlines...... Continue

7 Signs That Your Team Culture Needs to Change [ARTICLE]

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We've established in previous articles that culture is probably the biggest buzzword in the coaching profession today. Every coach in America wants to build...... Continue

NCAA Eligibility Center [ARTICLE]

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When the goal is college athletics, the secret to success for many student-athletes often comes down to a simple premise: Knowing what...... Continue

9 Things That College Coaches Want Parents to Understand About the Recruiting Process [ARTICLE]

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The amount of time that coaches put into recruiting prospects is impossible to pin down, and while different aspects of the recruiting process get a lot...... Continue

This New FDA-Approved Blood Test Can Detect Concussions [ARTICLE]

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The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved a breakthrough blood test that can help detect concussions in adults. The...... Continue

Super Bowl LII: Who Were the Top Recruits Coming Out of High School [ARTICLE]

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Tom Brady, Zach Ertz, Nick Foles, Rob Gronkowski, Malcolm Jenkins and Devin McCourty will be a few of the big names on the field Sunday for...... Continue

'Intellectual Brutality': The Value Behind Stanford Football's Sustained Success [ARTICLE]

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It's the motto that's propelled Stanford football to new heights. Since 2010, only Alabama, Ohio State and Clemson have...... Continue

Critical Reflection [ARTICLE[

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Unlike reflective practice, critical reflection is not focused on solving a specific problem. Critical reflection is used more sparingly, but...... Continue

Watching for and Avoiding Burnout [ARTICLE]

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Coaches sometimes joke that there are only two times when they feel stressed-day and night. Although that story represents the extreme case, certainly...... Continue