Milan will have to forfeit a week of practice and two allowed dates for 7 on 7 in June 2020 for violating football practice regulations according to letter sent to Milan Principal Greg Scott from TSSAA Executive Director Bernard Childress.
According to the letter, Milan self reported the incident to the TSSAA as the Bulldogs practiced in helmets and shoulder pads for two consecutive days on July 15 and 16 which is in violation of the dates that helmets and pads may first be worn.
Also Milan did not have two days in helmets only prior to wearing shoulder pads which is in violation as well.
According to TSSAA Football practice regulations, helmets must first be worn for two days on July 21 and 22 and the first days that helmet and shoulder pads can be worn together is July 23.
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