UIL asks Texas high school football coaches to consider closing summer workouts from July 3-12 to prevent spread of COVID-19

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The University Interscholastic League is asking Texas high school football coaches to take a break from summer workouts around the 4th of July holiday. Below, you can see at tweet from the state’s governing body that asks coaches to consider shutting-down summer workouts from July 3rd through the 12th to prevent the spread of COVID-19 that could be accentuated during the holiday.

Here is how the powerful Texas High School Coaches Association responded in support of the UIL recommendation.

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