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Football players for the US Army All American Bowl run on the field

Listen to your coach! A prescription for young athletes

Categories: Children's Health  /  Emergency care  /  News

In South Texas, we love our high school football. So what better place to bring together 100 of the nation’s most talented high school players to compete than right here in San Antonio — a.k.a. Military City, U.S.A.? That showcase of athletic ability, the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Bowl, will kick off Saturday, Jan. 6 in the Alamodome. In recent years, some of those players have stopped by University Hospital to bring a little cheer to kids in our pediatric unit. In honor of the big game, we asked Coach Ben Cook, athletic coordinator and head football coach at MacArthur …Read More >

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