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Old Thu Jun 24, 2004, 04:10pm
Tundra Ref Tundra Ref is offline
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Before the kickoff in high school games, I usually say something like "make sure your buckled up and have your mouthguard in" to both teams. To the receiving team I also add "don't block below the waist" or to the kicking team "wait for the whistle". What should I say when doing higher level games? It seems a bit childish to tell a collegiate player to make sure he has his mouthguard in, but maybe that is what needs to be said.
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