Not 100 percent of the time, but well over 50 percent of the time, if I had made one more call before making or communicating a tough decision, either the decision would have been different or, more often, the decision would have been received better.
[Read the rest of this article...]
An exception today that doesn’t seem to matter much is almost certain to be recalled and used against you tomorrow when it really does matter.
When people propose a change in a rule, consider where they are coming from, and consider those who are not present who may have different circumstances, perspectives and needs.
A recent blog (“Troubling Transfers”) brought us several responses where the writer had student-specific issues, to which we do not respond here.
The most troublesome aspect of the transfer regulation is that it does not stop or penalize all transfers that are primarily for athletic reasons.
We’ve been reading the opinions of people outside school sports that there need to be more rules for school sports, particularly regarding practices.
Online rules meetings were launched yesterday for football, soccer and volleyball. Meetings launch Monday, Aug. 8, for cross country, golf, swimming & diving and tennis.
How does the MHSAA decide what it will do? That an initiative would be good for kids is the over-arching concern , but that leaves us with a lot more possibilities than can be attempted much less accomplished with any degree of satisfaction . . .
From the Director is the official MHSAA Blog which will touch on pertinent school sports topics periodically throughout the school year from various MHSAA Staff.