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randy6969 Offline
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RE: Could be a big day.....
I knew it was bigger cartons of chocolate milk lol

This is nice for are players !!!
10-03-2018 06:43 PM
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RE: Could be a big day.....
Exciting news. Older article but good background on schools investing in nutrition. This move should put NIU up near the front of the MAC. Also for perspective Alabama opened a $14 million nutrion center this summer.

https://collegefootball.ap.org/article/f...power-five

Of the seven Mid-American Conference schools that responded to the survey, none had a dedicated athlete training table and one had a part-time nutritionist. Ohio provided a snack station for the first time last year, allocating $35,000 for what it described as "dry food items and fruit."
10-03-2018 07:49 PM
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