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Sportsmanship is our focus in this issue of Team Sports Strategies. We're tackling this issue from a variety of angles, including video footage of the good, bad and ugly when it comes to on-field behavior. Of course, we're still providing you with some rock-solid Xs and Os, with a football article about creating defensive pressure and a basketball piece that breaks down the transition movements of one of the best team's in the country.

Following the intro video directly below are two hot products for you to consider for your team or athletic department. Send all feedback about Team Sports Strategies to Coach & Athletic Director senior editor Michael Austin (

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