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One could change the qualifying system or double the number of qualifiers so that even winless teams make the playoffs, and some schools would still refuse to schedule others . . .
The Friday night high school football tradition can expect to be trampled as college football swarms and grunts around the feed trough like hungry hogs.
Michigan was among the handful of states to restrict contact in practice, in 2014, a full season prior to recommendations from the National Federation of State High School Associations . . .
So, when there was recent criticism that our football practice policy wasn’t progressive enough, that it allows (in theory only) too much time for contact drills, my response is: Look at the entire body of work.
“In the 1950s when automobile injuries disturbed the national conscience, we didn’t abolish cars; we made it safer to drive them."
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