Ground rules for gridiron practices in effect
In an effort to provide a safer environment for the athletes, the IHSA approved a policy change in early May limiting the amount of time football teams can spend on the gridiron in the two weeks leading up to their season opener.
But for some local coaches, the new regulations aren't that much of a shock to the system.
"It's not going to be a huge change for us," said Wheaton North coach Joe Wardynski. "We typically practice about two hours twice a day and now it's going to have to be one and a half hours twice a day. Some teams will do one long practice but we will continue to split ours into two practices.
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