Monday, September 09, 2013

Football Clinic
It received controversy from women, but a football clinic held at ETSU over the weekend was successful according to the Department of Athletics and they say plans are in the works to have it again next year. The clinic was an event for ladies, and touted that it would teach them all they wanted to know about football but were afraid to ask. While some were angered by the somewhat sexist view of women and their knowledge of football, ETSU coach Carl Torbush dismissed the notion, saying that he has held the clinic at other places over the years. (CC)

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