“Student-athlete well-being will always be a priority for SEC member institutions…”

The SEC moves to adopt practice recommendations set forth by the NCAA Sports Science Institute in the sport of football.

The recommendations frown on two-a-days in the preseason, and suggest an extension of time to adjust for the lost practices, which seems sensible.  The overall intent is to reduce contact in practice, which may be why the conference’s press release touts the unanimous support of the SEC Athletics Directors and the league’s Presidents and Chancellors, but says nothing about the coaches.

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