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    Feb 14, 18, 10:20 PM
    With petitions being made... Care to update your predictions? lol
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    Feb 14, 18, 10:19 PM
    Now that petitions to play up have been submitted, any guesses on when we might see some alignments from KHSAA?
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    Feb 9, 18, 09:55 AM
    I agree. Also, you can give EVERYONE a chance to run, catch, & touch the ball. How many kids do we lose early because they think they will always be pegged into a certain position? I really don't see a downside to playing flag longer.
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    Feb 9, 18, 09:01 AM
    I have also heard coaches complain about having to teach their kids how to tackle, because of flag - but that is silly... Teaching kids how to tackle is OUR JOB. If you have a little league/MS program that is so good a teaching tackling that you never have to drill it at the HS level, I will pay a lot of money to get access to it!
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    Feb 9, 18, 08:58 AM
    I guess I am missing the argument, here? What does it mean that programs had a hard time getting people "back" to football? Wouldn't more flag make it MORE likely parents allow their kids to play football?
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    Feb 9, 18, 08:55 AM
    I think part of this is because of two issues: 1) Awareness is increasing & 2) More accurate diagnosis. Again, though, it seems more and more clear that damage is not just done by concussions, but by repeated hits. As a coach, TWO questions are important: 1) What amount of force is sufficient to create sub-concussive damage? 2) How can we change our teaching to protect from this as much as possible? As far as this question goes, I...
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    Feb 9, 18, 08:51 AM
    A new study shows that hits to the head, not concussions, cause CTE - The Washington Post BU-Led Study May Explain CTE without Concussions | Research Here is a link to the study, itself, for any medical researchers out there. lol: Concussion, microvascular injury, and early tauopathy in young athletes after impact head injury and an impact concussion mouse model | Brain | Oxford Academic
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    Feb 9, 18, 08:43 AM
    Glazier is a great value... You can get passes for ANY clinic for unlimited staff members. That also gets you access to thousands of online resources (webinars, presentations, clinic talks, etc.)
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    Feb 6, 18, 01:32 PM
    First of all, the latest study out shows that the concussion issue is a red herring & that sub-concussive hits are just as damaging. They also show evidence of CTE in TEENAGERS. There are some problems with the conclusions drawn in those studies, including the fact that there is no test for CTE for living people. Hard to draw concrete conclusions using only dead brains. That said, denying a connection, or that the connection is not...
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