7-28-14 3:10pm Angela: on making football safer for high schoolers
Angela talks with Dr. Joseph Gonzales of Children's Hospital, Hahnville football coach Lou Valden, and Seth Dunlap of WWL's Prep Football Roundup about rules to make high school football safer.
been talk over the years about you know is apathy gonna kill high school sports is you know just. The popularity of certain sports decline is that -- this issue. Money wise will be the one that has the chance to deal rail. All of high school sports in a big way it's just gonna take. And I think everybody realizes that it's almost like it's just too distant to
multi billion dollar industry the LH SAA on the high school. The local schools and there certainly. Can afford even a fraction of that litigation so I know and I talked to a lot of ED's off the record. Coaches off the record it's possible. A little bit that the possibility of litigation and I don't think you've ever basic thing like this coach but certainly that's got to be in the back your mind. Are scary thing is. That whenever legislature comes no rules. It's always to regulate high school sports But it. As -- mentioned you know it is so many sports now. That almost moving away from high school's basketball but
out there to be malicious and and it goes into the true high school sports not the necessarily slick teams are not there are some select few up and I really do but there's some that. --