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Football coaches ask for delay of text ban


Some college football coaches think the NCAA should find a middle ground on a proposed text messaging ban. Grant Teaff, executive director of the American Football Coaches Association, said Monday he had sent a letter appealing to the NCAA's board of directors to consider a more moderate approach rather than adopting the management council's proposal to eliminate all forms of electronic communication between coaches and recruits. (Charlotte Observer)

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