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February, 2013

The NCAA football rules committee took a major bold step to address the dangerous “targeting” fouls.  Read the rest of entry »

Posted on 2/18/2013 8:23 AM By anonymous

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Mario Biaggi III, a quarterback at Iona Prep in New York, was recognized by the NFF Westchester Chapter on Jan. 31, 2013 as a member of the group’s prestigious Golden Dozen, claiming the Chris Mello Scholar-Athlete Award and Scholarship as the top scholar-athlete in the county. Here is his speech.
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Posted on 2/12/2013 8:20 PM By pmarwill

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Hamilton College’s Jon Michel ’13 (Lackawanna, N.Y./Canisius HS) responds after being recognized as a scholar-athlete by the NFF Central New York Chapter. Read the rest of entry »

Posted on 2/12/2013 7:42 PM By pmarwill

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The BCS national championship game on January 7 marked the close of the college football season.  Although that event is only a few weeks behind us, the officiating community is already starting to gear up for the 2013 season.  The NCAA football rules committee will meet in mid-February to make decisions about rules changes and points of emphasis, and the safety of the players is sure to remain an important topic for those conversations. Read the rest of entry »

Posted on 2/6/2013 3:21 PM By anonymous

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Imagine that it’s early 1929 shortly before the infamous Wall Street Crash.  Industry is doing well and expanding product.  Psychologist B.F. Skinner has recently shown that workers are more productive if they have more light and ventilation in their workplaces, so new factories are built with large windows to benefit both the workers and their productivity. Read the rest of entry »

Posted on 2/5/2013 5:18 PM By anonymous

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