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When do the pads come on

plantcity3

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Anyone who knows anything about football knows you practice for 2-3 days in just helmets....


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ace

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17.10.2.4 Five-Day Acclimatization Period. [FBS/FCS] In football, preseason practice shall begin with
a five-day acclimatization period for both first-time participants (e.g., freshmen and transfers) and continuing
student-athletes. All student-athletes, including walk-ons who arrive to preseason practice after the first day of
practice or who begin practice at any other point in the playing season, are required to undergo a five-day acclimatization
period.

(d) During the first two days of the acclimatization period, helmets shall be the only piece of protective
equipment student-athletes may wear. During the third and fourth days of the acclimatization period,
helmets and shoulder pads shall be the only pieces of protective equipment student-athletes may wear.
During the final day of the five-day period and on any days thereafter, student-athletes may practice in
full pads.
 

ben

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17.10.2.4 Five-Day Acclimatization Period. [FBS/FCS] In football, preseason practice shall begin with
a five-day acclimatization period for both first-time participants (e.g., freshmen and transfers) and continuing
student-athletes. All student-athletes, including walk-ons who arrive to preseason practice after the first day of
practice or who begin practice at any other point in the playing season, are required to undergo a five-day acclimatization
period.

(d) During the first two days of the acclimatization period, helmets shall be the only piece of protective
equipment student-athletes may wear. During the third and fourth days of the acclimatization period,
helmets and shoulder pads shall be the only pieces of protective equipment student-athletes may wear.
During the final day of the five-day period and on any days thereafter, student-athletes may practice in
full pads.

NERD ALERT
 

TheOriginalCane

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17.10.2.4 Five-Day Acclimatization Period. [FBS/FCS] In football, preseason practice shall begin with
a five-day acclimatization period for both first-time participants (e.g., freshmen and transfers) and continuing
student-athletes. All student-athletes, including walk-ons who arrive to preseason practice after the first day of
practice or who begin practice at any other point in the playing season, are required to undergo a five-day acclimatization
period.

(d) During the first two days of the acclimatization period, helmets shall be the only piece of protective
equipment student-athletes may wear. During the third and fourth days of the acclimatization period,
helmets and shoulder pads shall be the only pieces of protective equipment student-athletes may wear.
During the final day of the five-day period and on any days thereafter, student-athletes may practice in
full pads.



This is brock's job, ace.
 

Gatorhater

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Messages
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17.10.2.4 Five-Day Acclimatization Period. [FBS/FCS] In football, preseason practice shall begin with
a five-day acclimatization period for both first-time participants (e.g., freshmen and transfers) and continuing
student-athletes. All student-athletes, including walk-ons who arrive to preseason practice after the first day of
practice or who begin practice at any other point in the playing season, are required to undergo a five-day acclimatization
period.

(d) During the first two days of the acclimatization period, helmets shall be the only piece of protective
equipment student-athletes may wear. During the third and fourth days of the acclimatization period,
helmets and shoulder pads shall be the only pieces of protective equipment student-athletes may wear.
During the final day of the five-day period and on any days thereafter, student-athletes may practice in
full pads.

Man, I'm an attorney, but seriously the regs?
 
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