Good Sportsmanship for Kids + MORE

Good Sportsmanship for Kids + MORE
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Constantly Learning and Watching: There is a Time to Act + MORE

It has been a truly busy season – in regards to injuries – where I perform my “day job”.  I was going over some records that I keep and this season has been the busiest in my 15 years.  In fact, when discussing with peers they too have had a high volume of injuries in [R.... More »

RecruitLook: NCAA updates social media recruiting rules

NCAA updates social media recruiting rules reposted from our partners at RecruitLook Social media in college recruiting has become too big for the NCAA to control. The solution? Change the rules for how college coaches can interact with potential prospects on social media. The NCAA could no longer e.... More »

Celebrating National Foot Health Awareness Month And A New MomsTEAM Sponsor + MORE

  People often ask me often what I think the most important piece of safety equipment is for a particular sport. I know I catch them off guard when, instead of saying a helmet, mouth guard, shin guard, or safety goggles (all of which are very important, of course), I say that it is best-mad.... More »

3 Reasons Why it’s Okay for You to Miss Your Child’s Youth Sports Event

For many parents, youth sports is both a blessing and a curse. We love the fact that physical activity is good for our kids’ physical and emotional development, but attending every game can be a challenge for busy parents. As a sports mom for 21 years, I can remember the weekends lost to volle.... More »

TRENDS IN SPORTS: Parochial HS Football Powers Dominate Public HS Teams – Is this Fair?

Let’s say you live in northern New Jersey, which is a heavily populated area. And let’s say you send your son to local public schools in your town. But as your son gets into middle school, it’s apparent that he’s going to be a top athlete, and especially in football. Before t.... More »

Good Sportsmanship for Kids

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To succeed in athletics, you must constantly push yourself to be the best both mentally and physically.  You must carry an edge and toughness with you to persevere through hard situations. But how do we raise children who have good sportsmanship when they are told to act tough, win at all costs, and show very little compassion towards opponents and teammates? Our spokesman Tony Dungy was a master of this in the NFL…

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nfl flag football tournament 1400310012 1299514640 Good Sportsmanship for Kids + MOREThe social-media landscape can seem daunting if you’re new to it. That’s why I knew I had some catching up to do when I, a lifetime non-user of Twitter, was assigned to analyze the Twitter buzz surrounding an NFL draft prospect as part of the Advanced Program in Sports Media.
I had a few things going for me…

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