The new working model would require one less helmet-only practice (going from nine to eight), but the time limit on contact during a full-padded practice may be reduced from 90 minutes to as few as 45 minutes. The new system is being referred to as an 8-9-8 model: eight practices in helmets, nine in shells, eight in full pads. Under current rules, coaches are required to hold the first two practices in helmets and the next two in shells with the remaining days unregulated. Most coaches do not operate 21 days of full pads, but some hold as many as 21 days in at least shells. For many, the new policy is a difference of two to four practices in only helmets rather than shells. “For us, it will impact a couple of practices,” says Troy Calhoun, the longtime coach at Air Force who says he normally has his team in full pads or shells in about 19–20 days of camp. “We do have to be aware a little that the game is different now than it was 15 years ago, just the impact of the collisions. There are bigger, faster bodies playing the sport.” Calhoun, who has operated the run-leaning option offense for years, estimates that the average offensive lineman in 1990 was 270 pounds. Today, he’s 310. “Mass times acceleration drives force,” he says. “The impact of these collisions is just different.” The committee’s changes were sparked by a study published in February that was funded by the NCAA and the Department of Defense. The study tracked head exposures in six D-I college football teams from 2015–19, finding that 72% of concussions occurred during practice and nearly 50% happened in preseason practice, despite it representing just one-fifth of the football season. Total head impacts in the preseason occurred at twice the rate of the regular season. More than 650 players from Virginia Tech, North Carolina, Wisconsin, UCLA, Air Force and Army were involved in the study. Stefan Duma, a biomedical engineer and professor at Virginia Tech, led the study and believes the Oversight Committee’s actions are “appropriate and timely,” he says during an interview last week. In fact, similar practice modifications have already happened at both the NFL and youth league levels.https://www.si.com/college/2021/05/05/ncaa-football-fall-camp-changes-safety
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Previously, we’ve gone to D.C. to speak to a national conference on citizenship, met with State Superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey, and participated in local advocacy to ensure AP classes stay in one of our members’ schools. Currently, our main focus is creating an official student advisory council for the State Board of Education. This year, in light of COVID-19, we developed a statewide student survey to gather information about how Alabama students are doing, specifically with COVID-19, mental health, and how they feel their voices are heard at school. We had 169 respondents from over 25 different schools,representing a wide variety of perspectives. Here’s what we learned: Our government and school leaders are attempting to address students’ rapidly declining mental health. However, the opinions of the students themselves are often not included in the decision-making process. Our survey results were clear: our schools’ discussions on mental health are either insufficient or nonexistent. 55.6% of students surveyed said that their school does not address mental health or make their mental health a priority. Not only that, but 56.8% of students do not feel comfortable talking to a school counselor. Students offered many comments like, “school is the biggest negative contributor to my mental health.” One comment even stated that, “school almost drove me to kill myself.” Student mental health is an issue for many students, and the solutions to these issues are not always easy. It’s important that our leaders continue to find creative ways to address students’ needs. Our statewide survey of students revealed other important data: 70.8% of students surveyed noticed that their teachers have appeared more stressed due to the pandemic and, in response, have felt more stressed themselves. 68.1% of students claimed that they learned more material with in-person learning even though 59.9% of students expressed that they have more work to accomplish with online schooling. With 59.5% of our survey respondents’ learning negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is clear that we have a lot of work to do together. The Necessity For A Student Advocacy Group The need for student concerns to be heard and understood is vital during COVID-19 and beyond.https://www.al.com/education/2021/05/alabamas-students-include-us-in-important-education-decisions.html