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Topic - Bob Surace
In an effort to reduce the number of concussions and subconcussive hits, Ivy League football teams will be allowed to have just two full-contact practices a week, three less than the NCAA allows.
He adds: "Whatever she does she's successful. We could not have gotten a more qualified person."
"Whenever there are rule changes to benefit player safety, as coaches, you adjust and adapt," Surace said in a telephone interview. "There will be a minimal change for us and I am kind of happy everybody is doing the same thing. It benefits player safety."