High School Football Paper

High School - Zach Holland 11137169 Sport in Society High School Football From professional football all the way down to the high school ranks

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Zach Holland 11137169 Sport in Society High School Football From professional football all the way down to the high school ranks there is a new level of commitment. With national coverage of nationally ranked high school football teams, coaches are now willing to risk more than ever before to been seen on national television. One of the greatest risks now in high school football is the health of the student-athletes. Coaches now run their programs like a college football team and expect year-round commitment from their students. With the rising number of injuries, especially concussions, is the hard work really paying off or is it hurting America’s youth football players. One point the Frontline special covered was the practicing conditions several schools in Arkansas played in. Practicing twice a day in hot August weather there is no way to dodge the weather. Heat exhaustion and heat stroke were two of the most frequently seen injuries. The special covered one incident where a student-athlete
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2012 for the course SPMGT 367 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Washington State University .

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High School - Zach Holland 11137169 Sport in Society High School Football From professional football all the way down to the high school ranks

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