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Heat changes football practices

August 4, 2011

With this summer's unusually hot conditions, the coaching staff at Big Spring have instituted some changes when it comes to football practices. Two-a-days still started Aug. 1, as they did across the state and most of the nation, but a concentrated effort is being made to keep the players hydrated and ensure their safety.

“We have scheduled water breaks throughout our practices,” Head Coach Phillip Ritchey said. “In addition, the boys are encouraged to go get water any time they need it. We don't want them wasting time asking. We want them to just go get it.”

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