Jim Millerman Abilene
Abilene High Great Millerman dies at 80
Abilene Reporter News

Content Source:reporternews.com By Daniel Youngblood Abilene High great Jim Millerman, who helped the Eagles to state titles in both track and football in 1954, died early Friday morning at his home in Dallas. Millerman, a 2014 inductee into the Big Country Athletic Hall of Fame, was 80 years old. Continue Reading Here

William Sherman Allen
Potential Texas Recruiting Targets for Nebraska Cornhuskers
Scout.com

Content Source:scout.com By GREG POWERS Scout Midlands-based analysts Greg Powers and Gabe Brooks take a best guess at two prospects on offense and two prospects on defense that Nebraska could potentially target and offer this spring… OFFENSE — Dallas-area powerhouse Allen High School is one of the most prolific programs in Texas when it comes … Continue reading “Potential Texas Recruiting Targets for Nebraska Cornhuskers”

Texas Commit Xavier Newman
Analysis of New Texas Offensive Line Commit Xavier Newman
Scout

Content Source:scout.com By GABE BROOKS Scout takes a closer look at versatile offensive lineman Xavier Newman, who committed Wednesday night to Texas … The above video features junior season highlights of 2017 offensive guard Xavier Newman from Dallas-area powerhouse DeSoto High School. Continue Reading Here

AT&T Stadium
UIL state football championships not guaranteed to return to AT&T Stadium this year
sportsday.dallasnews.com

Content Source:sportsday.dallasnews.com By Michael Florek The NFL schedule has made it possible for the UIL state football championships to return to AT&T Stadium. It’s not a guarantee they will. UIL deputy director Jamey Harrison said his organization is having conversations with both AT&T Stadium and Houston’s NRG stadium about hosting this year’s state championship games. … Continue reading “UIL state football championships not guaranteed to return to AT&T Stadium this year”

MRI
Research Study Will Seek to Identify Early Indicators of CTE Using MRI
Business Wire

Content Source:businesswire.com TUSTIN, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–As chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) stands in the national spotlight for high impact sports, the University of California, Irvine has partnered with Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc. for a first-of-its-kind study of cerebral microbleeds (CMB) in high school football players as a potential precursor to CTE. The study will utilize Toshiba’s … Continue reading “Research Study Will Seek to Identify Early Indicators of CTE Using MRI”

Redline Athletics
Fusionetics And RedLine Athletics Partner To Provide Youth Athletes With Leading Sports Science And Training
Sport Techie

Content Source:sporttechie.com Elizabeth Oconnell Youth athletic training center, RedLine Athletics, has partnered with Fusionetics to give young athletes a centralized platform that will educate them about the risk of injuries and how to prevent them, as well as providing them with the training they need to become faster and stronger. RedLine Athletics currently has 10 facilities throughout the … Continue reading “Fusionetics And RedLine Athletics Partner To Provide Youth Athletes With Leading Sports Science And Training”

Concussion
Texas is One Step Closer to having a Concussion Tracking System
NBC DFW

Content Source:nbcdfw.com By Alex Bruner Texas may be one step closer to a statewide system to track concussions in school sports. Sunday the University Interscholastic League voted to move forward in creating a concussion database that would track the number of concussions happening in school sports in Texas. Continue Reading Here