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When Jeter hit that sideline on the double pass to bring it to a 1 score game he didnt look injured JMO

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This is Jetter the DF QB doing something after a close game and that is showing true sportsmanship and class

smart move by the UIL

Lobo Thursday at 7

1 hour ago, Timboslice79 said:

He didn't limp any at all. If you have had turf toe before you dont walk let alone run without atleast a slight limp. 

I am an athletic trainer.  You may show some signs of limping the first couple of weeks... at some point, you get over the "babying" of it and the pain becomes more like pressure that limits that push.

Anyone who pays attention to sprinters and jumpers can feel and see that the initial explosiveness is pushed off of that toe and transferred to the others. 

I don't know if this couch QB diagnosis is actually true or not... But I can tell you that I had a D1 athlete only miss 1 game with a turf toe and play the rest of the season...  He did not hit his 4.3 speed the rest of that season, but he also did not limp after that 2nd or 3rd game.  

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5 hours ago, MavGrad99 said:

I am an athletic trainer.  You may show some signs of limping the first couple of weeks... at some point, you get over the "babying" of it and the pain becomes more like pressure that limits that push.

Anyone who pays attention to sprinters and jumpers can feel and see that the initial explosiveness is pushed off of that toe and transferred to the others. 

I don't know if this couch QB diagnosis is actually true or not... But I can tell you that I had a D1 athlete only miss 1 game with a turf toe and play the rest of the season...  He did not hit his 4.3 speed the rest of that season, but he also did not limp after that 2nd or 3rd game.  

Couch qb lol. How's that 36,000 a year treating you athletic trainer?

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5 hours ago, Timboslice79 said:

Couch qb lol. How's that 36,000 a year treating you athletic trainer?

You are an idiot.  I make at least double that... if I were you, I’d keep my ignorance bottled inside

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2 hours ago, StangtilDeath said:

Lol, I thought of this

That was pretty funny.  Athletic Trainers in ETX are underpaid.  I make almost double from what I made in Marshall 10 years ago... and I am at a much smaller school. 

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58 minutes ago, MavGrad99 said:

That was pretty funny.  Athletic Trainers in ETX are underpaid.  I make almost double from what I made in Marshall 10 years ago... and I am at a much smaller school. 

An on staff Athletic Trainer is an invaluable asset the Athletic Program. More schools should prioritize it.

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49 minutes ago, Valhalla said:

An on staff Athletic Trainer is an invaluable asset the Athletic Program. More schools should prioritize it.

It’s almost to the point where schools are expected to have at least 1.  Whether contracted through a hospital system or direct employees of the district.  

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