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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunsmike View Post
    _ In addition to kicking, Stover was a good linebacker in high school and planned to play that position in college as well as kick. His injury occurred early in camp. I had heard a staph infection developed during his rehab and I hope that has improved. I have not heard an update on that situation.

    Regarding lifting techniques and strectching, if that has been a problem in the past I hope the new strength and conditioning coach addresses the issue. _

    The new strength and conditioning coach identified the issue soon after being hired and has addressed it. Also, apparently the student-athletes had not been going deep enough on their squats, which can create problems. Also has been addressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunsmike View Post
    _ In addition to kicking, Stover was a good linebacker in high school and planned to play that position in college as well as kick. His injury occurred early in camp. I had heard a staph infection developed during his rehab and I hope that has improved. I have not heard an update on that situation.

    Regarding lifting techniques and strectching, if that has been a problem in the past I hope the new strength and conditioning coach addresses the issue. _
    Was told that they went in and the job probably due to infection did not work and needed another surgery!!!!!! Who knows????

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    _ The new strength and conditioning coach identified the issue soon after being hired and has addressed it. Also, apparently the student-athletes had not been going deep enough on their squats, which can create problems. Also has been addressed. _
    Is that an indictment of our former strength coach? Sounds like it should be. Good luck to Tulane.

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    _ The new strength and conditioning coach identified the issue soon after being hired and has addressed it. Also, apparently the student-athletes had not been going deep enough on their squats, which can create problems. Also has been addressed. _
    It is also possible, if not probable, that simply changing the workout routines during the middle of the year, as opposed to waiting until the end of the season and phasing them in, is to blame for some of these injuries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhineaux View Post
    It is also possible, if not probable, that simply changing the workout routines during the middle of the year, as opposed to waiting until the end of the season and phasing them in, is to blame for some of these injuries.
    Interesting, except the massive injury bug has multiple seasons under its belt.
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    _ Interesting, except the massive injury bug has multiple seasons under its belt.
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    Right. I think that the cause of a lot of the ACL tears, etc., that we've seen over the past few years, could easily be attributed to a poor program or poor technique, as JP mentioned. What I'm getting at is that a significant portion of the lower body muscular injuries this season (hamstrings, groins, etc) could be a result of an abrupt change in the workout program when the new guy came in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhineaux View Post
    Right. I think that the cause of a lot of the ACL tears, etc., that we've seen over the past few years, could easily be attributed to a poor program or poor technique, as JP mentioned. What I'm getting at is that a significant portion of the lower body muscular injuries this season (hamstrings, groins, etc) could be a result of an abrupt change in the workout program when the new guy came in.
    You might/could/probably be/be/are right. igeaux.mobi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    You might/could/probably be/be/are right. igeaux.mobi
    There's a good chance that I likely could be.

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