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Coaches talk about proposal to cut down on two-a-days

October 8, 2011

Earlier this week, the University Interscholastic League’s (UIL) medical advisory committee made the recommendation to cut down on the number of two-a-day practices, including banning them from the first four days of training camp.
The medical advisory committee also recommended on days when there is more than one practice, players shall have at least two hours rest in between. Also no team can hold two-a-days on consecutive days.
The rule changes must still be approved by the UIL’s executive committee later this month and then the state commissioner of education.

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