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PBS' "Frontline" To Examine Safety Issues In High School Football
Published April 12, 2011
PBS' "Frontline" looks into high school football tonight at 10:00pm ET with "Football High." The show goes behind the scenes of Shiloh Christian, a small school in northwest Arkansas that saw one of its players succumb to a heat-stroke injury during a summer practice last season. The show asks, "Has the amped-up culture of high-school football outrun necessary protections for the boys who play the game?"