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Trainer’s lifesaving actions praised


Re: Trainer saves football player’s life

• What an encouraging story when, as of late, so many stories have been about the unfortunate deaths of high school student athletes resulting from inadequate care or the absence of a certified athletic trainer.


• Very heartwarming story. Deana, your quick response saved this kid’s life. Wow! Way to go.


• Add me to the list of people who were impressed by this great story, impressed not only by the content but the excellent writing.


Re: UA basketball

• It looks like the ingredients are coming together for a winning season and another visit to the NCAA Tournament.

Soon it will be up to the coaches to combine all the talent into a team. Looks like Livengood picked the right man to lead the coaching. I was sure wrong about that move but I admit it and hope for a great season.


• Having this coach is so much better than the drama Pitino would have brought. Good start, coach Miller.


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