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Establishing A Disciplinary Policy Keeps High School Players In Check

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© December, 2007

by Jeff Shutter
Head Football Coach, Eastern York High School, Wrightsville, Pa.

BEING A HEAD COACH comes with all sorts of responsibilities, many of which may have caught you off guard. While everyone thinks about winning the big game or running two-a-days, one of the most important responsibilities a head coach assumes is being the team disciplinarian. Your assistant coaches may have a role in discipline but you set the tone, make the rules and have the final say.

Working with boys aged 14-18, discipline needs to be worked as intensely as offense, defense and special teams. No ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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