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“For every situation that works out well, there’s eight to 10 that don’t,” Castiglione said. “It may even be a wider gap than that.”

But he admitted that even that change wouldn’t eliminate the problem entirely.

“There’s not one single group that can control it by themselves,” Castiglione said. “The situation has to develop where all of the governing bodies of the various sports come together and create a rule that can be enforced.”