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Latest Newsletter ArticlesHere are just a few of the articles that you are missing in the latest Issue issue of FROM THE GYM TO THE JURY
$60 MILLION HIGH SCHOOL
FOOTALL STADIUM CRUMBLING
The 18,000 seat football stadium, operated by the Allen Independent School District and home to the Allen High School Eagles, was considered "a source of community pride." However, because of cracks and structural problems with the stadium, it will be closed the entire 2014 football season.
SEC COMMISSIONER MIKE
SLIVE TALKS OF DIVISION IV
At the close of the annual Southeastern Conference (SEC) meetings Commissioner Mike Slive said, "We want the ability to have autonomy my in areas that have a nexus to the well-being of student-athletes".
STATE OF MINNESOTA
GIVES DUE PROCESS TO COACHES
The Act would prohibit "a school board from not renewing a coaching contract based solely on the existence of parent complaints."
MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY
AT MANKATO COACH RETURNS
Todd Hoffner recently walked onto the football field for the first time in 20 months after his Athletic Director, Kevin Buisman of Minnesota State University at Mankato, removed him from his job and suspended him.
CHEERLEADING AS A SPORT
The American Medical Association (AMA), at its annual meeting in Chicago, recommended that cheerleading should be considered a sport because of its rigors and risks.
TEAM'S SEASON SUSPENDED
The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) investigated ed an incident involving an attack on an umpire after two assistant coaches and a player from a visiting baseball team confronted him.