By TONY EIERDAM | email@example.com
The University Interscholastic League has added new regulations and guidelines regarding football practice in August before classes in the 2012-13 school year begin.
With the intense heat of the past few summers, the UIL has added strict time limits to practices, and has instituted a guideline regarding consecutive “two-a-day” practices.
The UIL has always limited practice time during August and the school year, but now it has put in place stricter time limits and has issued a regulation that will eliminate some practices in August.
Beginning this August, a team cannot schedule more than one practice on consecutive days, and on the days two practices are scheduled, a team cannot practice more than five hours. Also, the maximum length of any single practice is three hours.
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