The 7-on-7 debate

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High school 7-on-7 tournaments may jeopardize players' eligibility.
In recent years, 7-on-7 football has grown in popularity. These touch football tournaments allow standout high school football players to showcase their skills beyond the regular season. But the NCAA is concerned that 7-on-7 football may also attract those who are looking to profit from these athletes and jeopardize their eligibility before they even set foot on a college campus. Joe Schad takes an in-depth look at 7-on-7 football. Story | Watch

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