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When coaches see something important, they can pause or highlight certain aspects of the play and send them directly to the tablets players are using on the sideline.
If the pressure to satisfy personnel on the nearest sideline exists, it would link closely to established supervisor-subordinate theory.
It should be noted that Rouhani and Obama spoke by phone in September 2013 on the sidelines of the annual UN General Assembly.
I think that the medical people are happy now that they have access to the sideline.
Lions coach Rod Marinelli, the former Vietnam vet with the drill sergeant's demeanor, patrolling the sideline in full dress.
The rest of the students will stand on the sidelines.
The networks felt it was important to not only have a primary shooting position from the sidelines, but also from up above so you don't have heads on the edge of the field.
Winter doubts there's any harm in the practice, but he says players would do better walking along the sidelines than sitting on a bench sucking oxygen.
NEW YORK -- The sexiest sideline attraction in the NFL is Miami Dolphins cheerleader Bibiana Julian, a beautiful 19-year-old rookie.
We continue to receive positive feedback on having Surface devices on the sidelines from coaches, players and team personnel across the league.
Wolverines goalkeeper Brian Pingree made seven saves before he joined the rest of the starters on the sidelines in the third quarter.
Billy has a long-standing dislike for officialdom, which he is really being punished for, but to rob Cork of Billy Morgan on the sideline, particularly against Kerry, was worth a couple of points.