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The challenges of academics and recruiting: Part II

The hardest part of recruiting for most of the academically elite schools is putting together the class once you know where every prospect is from a test score and transcript standpoint. For schools in the Ivy League, for example, it is a complex puzzle that rivals the...

source: By Ross Tucker
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Once an athlete gets to the age of hormonal change, or puberty, there is a prime environment for muscle growth and strength gain. This crucial hormonal window (usually ages 14 to 18) must be taken advantage of in the most efficient way possible. But the question remains:...

source: The Doings Weekly

The recent deaths of two high school football players underscore the danger faced by athletes if they drink too much water or too many sports drinks, according to a new study. The reasons of players' death was exercise-associated hyponatremia, which occurs when athletes...

source: Counsel & Heal

About 12 percent of male and 8 percent of female high school athletes reported using prescription painkillers for nonmedical purposes at least once in the past year — an increase from previous years, according to a study published recently in the Journal of Child &...

source: District Administration

Every team's schedule is littered with potential trap games, and the great thing about the sport is we never know when the booby traps will explode in our faces. A team's ability to navigate those potential landmines will be the difference in whether or not it will be included...

source: ESPN

Beyonce tells Rolling Stone why you belong at Tennessee. Kentucky sees a 30 for 30 film featuring you in the future. Georgia thinks you would look just fine in red and black — and has already developed the portraits to prove it. Welcome to the graphic design arm of...

source: ESPN

Should some sports and certain positions in high school athletics be coed? Of course, we likely won't see an entire defensive line of girls suiting up for a football game. A female basketball center on a boys team would be a rarity. But a point guard? Sure. A wrestler, a...

source: The Indianapolis Star


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