Content Source:azcentral.com
By Richard Obert

High school is perhaps the most crucial stage in the development of a football player. And football isn’t football without tackling.

But now in the concussion era with more information on long-term damage and in the wake of Ivy League coaches unanimously adopting a measure to eliminate full-contact hitting in practices during the regular season, Arizona high school coaches are grasping at how much hitting is enough.

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