No Tackling In Practice? Not a Problem in Ivy League Football
The Ivy League just finished its first season without full-contact tackling in practice. It's too soon to definitively state the new measure's effects, but other conferences are already curious.
Gregory Lee Sullivan
Why The Ivy League's Ban On Practice Tackling Is The Future Of Football
When the Ivy League recently announced a ban on tackling during in-season practices, football purists were aghast. But the sport's long-term health depends on eliminating unnecessary hitting.
Meet John Gagliardi, The 89-Year-Old Football Coach Who Banned Tackling
John Gagliardi built an unconventional Division III powerhouse at Minnesota's St. John's. Finally, some of his revolutionary ideas seem to be trickling up.
The NFL Wants You to Blame Its Players for the Brain Trauma Crisis
The "Heads Up" program is supposed to make football safer, but all it's doing is shifting blame onto players for the NFL's brain trauma crisis.