Burn Out In High School Athletes: My Opinion — strengthmadesimpleblog

Hello, I’m back! I can totally see why people get hooked on blogging. It’s fun, easy, and you get to express your opinions without anyone interrupting. Burn Out. “Coach, I’m burned out.” “Man, I need a break. Can we have tomorrow off?” “What’s a summer, and how do I get one?” “Sorry I’m late, coach. Slept […]

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How Athletics Can Help in the College Admissions Process — The Admissions Experts

When asked why colleges put so much emphasis on athletics in general, and football in particular, legendary Alabama coach Bear Bryant once famously responded “Well, it’s kind of hard to rally around a math class.” True enough. Yet those athletes who excel in the classroom as well as those “fields of friendly strife” can use […]

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Athletic Recruiting, What Every Parent Should Know — College Sports Scholarships

High School student athletes around the country are doing all they can to communicate and get attention from college coaches. Along the way are a few important things for parents to understand about the College Sports Scholarship process. Social Media, Responsibly: Your child’s social media profile(s) are going to be their introduction to their future […]

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Recruiting Column: It’s your junior year, no reason to panic! — USA Today High School Sports

USA TODAY High School Sports has a weekly column on the recruiting process. This isn’t about where just the top five-star athletes are headed but rather a guide to the process and the pitfalls for student-athletes nationwide from Fred Bastie, the owner and founder of Playced.com. Playced.com identifies appropriate colleges for potential recruits and delivers an…

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10 Biggest High School Football Stadiums in Texas — 103.7 KVIL103.7 KVIL

There are 1, 305 High School Football stadiums in Texas with a combined capacity of 4.13 million people . . . that is more than Oklahoma’s entire population! Here are the TOP 10 in Texas 10. Burger Stadium in Austin – 15,000 capacity Built in 1975, the Tony Burger Activity Center and Stadium is the home…

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