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Old Mon Aug 12, 2019, 11:47pm
AremRed AremRed is offline
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I donít use a lanyard about 50 percent of the time. Itís definitely a very ďproĒ thing to do and youíll find vets are often dead set against it. I use a lanyard on all my college games which is the expectation. This season I plan to go without for all my HS contests.

I find itís much more smooth. I always have the whistle in my hand rather than it dangling around when Iím running to report and I donít ever have to fumble to grab it. This makes calling Tís or hitting other dead ball whistle much quicker and easier. It takes practice of course and sometimes it drops but after a while it becomes second nature.
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