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June 2003

June 2003


unCommon Ground

Despite coaching in the many diverse areas that America has to offer, high school coaches still share several common bonds
by: Richard Scott
© June 2003

At this moment, itís probably rainy in Juneau, Alaska, sunny and hot in Key West, Fla., hot and humid in El Paso, Texas, and dry and windy in Howells, Neb. In The Bronx, itís doing whatever New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner says itís doing.

OK, just kidding. But weíre not kidding about this: in these five culturally, socially and economically diverse areas, some things remain profoundly and abundantly common.

All across the United States, high school football is important to the growth and development of young men. At most of those high schools, from small private and rural schools to large inner city schools and burgeoning suburban schools, football coaches are teaching valuable life lessons to ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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