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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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Tom Cox, whose career as a high school head football coach began at Mount Vernon in the 1980s, will be the Mountaineers' head coach this fall.

source: The Joplin Globe

Dorial Green-Beckham arrived at Missouri more than two years ago amid hype and fanfare, but he was booted from the football team in disgrace.

source: The Kansas City Star

Power and deceleration are the keys to being an explosive athlete. Power plays a role in overall speed, quickness and acceleration. Deceleration helps you stop, cut and change direction. You can develop these attributes separately with plyometrics and sprints, or you can...

source: STACK

From magic marker on shirts to middle school fields, there's nothing glamorous about the 12-team Central Plains Football League. But Roger Nichols isn't back on the sideline for glamor. "I just missed coaching," Nichols said. "Like...


In recent years, illegal "targeting" has been a focus in the National Football League and college football. Starting in the 2014 season, it will also be a focus on the high school level. The National Federation of State High School Association on April 8 approved a measure...

source: The News-Herald

Even among high school football players who've never had a concussion, a small preliminary study suggests that changes can still occur to their brains within the course of a single season. The study involved 45 members of a 2012 varsity team. Players underwent two brain...

source: WebMD


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